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Christentum und europäische Identität

Saint George and the Dragon, Stockholm Cathedral

„St. Georg mit dem Drachen kämpfend“ von Bernt Notke im Stockholmer Dom

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Übersetzt von Deep Roots; English original here

Anmerkung des Autors:

Das Folgende ist meine Eröffnungserklärung für eine Debatte mit Jonas de Geer über Christentum und europäische Wiederbelebung, die am Samstag, dem 18. April 2015 in Stockholm, Schweden, abgehalten wurde. Meine nachfolgenden Aussagen waren aus dem Stegreif gesprochen. Falls die Debatte aufgezeichnet wurde, werde ich sie auf Counter-Currents zugänglich machen.

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Cristianismo e Identidad Europea

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Saint George and the Dragon, Stockholm Cathedral

Saint George and the Dragon, Stockholm Cathedral

Traducción por A. Garrido

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Nota del Autor:

El siguiente  texto es mi declaración de apertura para un debate con Jonas de Geer sobre Cristianismo y renacimiento europeo celebrada en Estocolmo, Suecia, el sábado 18 de Abril de 2015. Mis declaraciones posteriores fueron extemporáneas. Si el debate fue grabado, lo haré disponible en Counter-Currents.

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Christianity & European Identity

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Saint George and the Dragon, Stockholm Cathedral

Saint George and the Dragon, Stockholm Cathedral

Translations: German, Spanish

Author’s Note:

The following text is my opening statement for a debate with Jonas de Geer on Christianity and European revival held in Stockholm, Sweden, on Saturday, April 18, 2015. My subsequent statements were extemporaneous. The debate was recorded, and can be heard on YouTube here.

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The Metaphysics of Indo-European Tripartition, Part 6
F. W. J. Schelling & Indo-European Triparition

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Friedrich Schelling, 1775–1854

Friedrich Schelling, 1775–1854

Part 6 of 6

1. Schelling’s Influences: The Christian Trinity and Jacob Boehme

I turn, finally, to a different Indo-European tradition, that of German Idealism of the 19th century. I include this material so as to show the perennial character of Indo-European thought. One could argue that the entire history of Western (and Indian) philosophy is a long, unconscious attempt to recollect the wisdom known “directly” by our Indo-European ancestors.  Read more …

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A Sense of Crisis

Carlos Schwabe, Death of the Gravedigger

Carlos Schwabe, Death of the Gravedigger, 1895–1900

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Editor’s Note:

Because of the warm response to Bill Hopkins’ Angry Young Man manifesto, “Ways Without a Precedent,” we are reprinting one of its companion pieces, Stuart Holroyd’s, “A Sense of Crisis,” also from Declaration, ed. Tom Maschler (London: MacGibbon and Kee, 1957), 181–202. For some background, see Jonathan Bowden’s “Bill Hopkins and the Angry Young Men.” 

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Albion’s Hidden Numina
Peter Shaffer’s Equus

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The Uffington White Horse, Oxfordshire

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Peter Shaffer’s 1973 play, Equus, is arguably the most pagan work of art created in the 20th century. Ostensibly an extended dialogue between a mentally ill boy and his psychiatrist, Shaffer’s play goes far beyond the realms of psychoanalysis and begins to stir the surface of an incipient numinous awakening. Read more …

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Ways Without a Precedent

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Editor’s Note:

One of the aims of the North American New Right is to promote a revival of the Right-wing artistic and literary subculture that gave us such 20th-century giants as D. H. Lawrence, Gabriele D’Annunzio, F. T. Marinetti, Knut Hamsun, W. B. Yeats, Ezra Pound, Wyndham Lewis, Henry Williamson, Roy Campbell, and H. P. Lovecraft (all profiled in Kerry Bolton’s Artists of the Right).  Read more …

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Notes sur Moïse l’Egyptien, Partie 3

Ralph Cudworth, 1617–1688

Ralph Cudworth, 1617–1688

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Note de l’auteur :

Le texte suivant complète mes notes sur le chapitre 3 du livre de Jan Assmann, Moïse l’Egyptien.

Bien que le chapitre 3 de Moïse l’Egyptien soit intitulé « Avant la Loi : John Spencer comme  égyptologue », le dernier quart du chapitre est consacré à Ralph Cudworth (1617–1688), l’un des collègues de Spencer à Cambridge et un membre important des Platoniciens de Cambridge.  Read more …

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The Prophet of Exhaustion
Being Yet Another Remembrance of
Bill Hopkins (1927–2012), Part 2

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Part 2 of 2

Bill Hopkins 4 (1)

Bill Hopkins

3. “The corrupt vigour of fascism.”

In early 1958, Time magazine ran a humorous squib titled “Sloane Square Stomp.”[9] It told how Colin Wilson (and presumably Bill) had attended a premiere of their friend Stuart Holroyd’s new play at the Royal Court Theatre. Bill and Colin’s onetime friend Christopher Logue stood up in the stalls with Kenneth Tynan, denouncing Holroyd and Wilson as fascists. During the interval, this led to a shoving match in a nearby bar. The whole thing was a tempest in a teapot, Read more …

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Notas sobre el Nihilismo

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The Gnostic Nihilist

Frecuentemente se dice que el nihilismo es una de las características de la era moderna pero, ¿qué es el nihilismo? El nihilismo significa algo así como la “muerte” de Dios, la negación del valor y del significado objetivo, la borradura de las distinciones morales y jerárquicas, la disolución de un mundo común a las perspectivas individuales, y la disolución de una cultura común a las “preferencias dadas” subjetivas.  Read more …

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