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Pinkera Brzydzą Biali Nacjonaliści

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Steven Pinker
Enlightenment Now: The Case for Reason, Science, Humanism, and Progress
New York: Viking, 2018

 Wraz z publikacją “Enlightenment Now” (Oświecenie Teraz) Steven Pinker zdecydowanie ustanowił się jako główny intelektualista publiczny w Stanach Zjednoczonych. Read more …

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Libertarianism, Cosmopolitanism, & Indo-European Tradition, Part II

A Swedish tapestry from the twelfth century showing Odin, Thor with his war hammer, and Freyr with stalks of wheat. Scholars believe this reflects the traditional tripartite division of Indo-European societies.

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Part 2 of 2 (Part 1 here)

The national-liberalism of 1789 in the face of the Indo-European tradition

The Indo-European tradition, which some people present as Tradition tout court, is the tradition of a tripartite and hierarchical organization of society, where the sovereign function (which relates to the spiritual sovereignty of the priesthood and to the political sovereignty of the sovereign) takes precedence over the military function, which in turn takes precedence over the productive and reproductive function. Read more …

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Libertarianism, Cosmopolitanism, & Indo-European Tradition, Part I

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Part 1 of 2 (Part 2 here)

Warning: This article lies on a metapolitical and ideal level, and not on a programmatic and political level. Read more …

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What’s in a Home?

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I took an interest in architecture a few years back, after reading Crawford’s The World Beyond Your Head. The book described the effects of the arrangement of space on how we perceived and acted in the world. The effects of arranged space could be negative—the distraction of eye-catching advertisements and flashing lights—or positive—the machine-like feeling of cooking in a well-stocked and well-organized kitchen. Read more …

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David Miller’s Strangers in Our Midst

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David Miller
Strangers in Our Midst: The Political Philosophy of Immigration 
Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 2016 

No sensible person without an ideological or racial commitment to open borders can witness the ongoing immigration crises plaguing the West and not be seriously concerned about the future. Read more …

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Steven Pinker’s Anti-Enlightenment Attack on White Identitarians

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Steven Pinker
Enlightenment Now: The Case for Reason, Science, Humanism, and Progress
New York: Viking, 2018

Pinker “Loathes” White Identitarians

With the publication of Enlightenment Now, Steven Pinker has decisively established himself as the foremost public intellectual in the United States. Read more …

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The Fall of the Roman Empire (1964): Or, the Multicultural Dream That Was Rome

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Cultural hygiene is a must. Every day, you must try to consume culture that is educational, that elevates your soul, but also culture which puts you in sync with your society. That is a tough dilemma.

Thus, I am on the lookout for old, good films. Generally speaking, older is better.

The Fall of the Roman Empire (1964) is an amusing epic, especially if you can enjoy the Sixties kitsch. The film is attractive in that it does try to show some aspects of Roman life which most films ignore: the animal sacrifices for omens, the Roman saluting, the enthusiastic “Hails Caesars.”  Read more …

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Love of All is Love of None

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A man who claims to “love” all women equally is a man incapable of “loving” any particular woman at all—and a man whose “love” no particular woman wants. The same goes for any woman who claims to “love” all men. To love someone is to love him for what sets him apart from others. We want to be loved and valued for what makes us unique.  Read more …

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Heidegger & Ethnic Nationalism, Part 2

Heidegger comes to the point

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Part 2 of 2 (Part 1 here)

Author’s Note:

This is the conclusion of a lecture delivered at the London Forum on Saturday, May 27th. Read part one here.   Read more …

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Heidegger & Ethnic Nationalism

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Heidegger doing his thing

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Author’s Note:

This is the text of a lecture delivered at the London Forum on Saturday, May 27th. I want to thank Jez Turner, the London Forum team, and everyone who attended this event.   Read more …

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What’s Wrong with Cosmopolitanism?

John William Waterhouse, Diogenes, 1882, detail

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What’s wrong with cosmopolitanism?

The short answer is: nothing, if cosmopolitanism is properly understood. Read more …

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Marcus Aurelius on Tribe & Passion

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The Meditations of Marcus Aurelius are a remarkable spiritual diary and, in general, a sure way for the modern reader to imbue himself with the practical wisdom of our ancient forefathers. That said, I do not believe we should uncritically defer to anything, and on two points in particular, I believe comment and criticism are warranted.

Firstly, a pervasive theme of Marcus’ is his struggle to control his judgment and emotions, in particular anger, and thus be as detached and “philosophical” as possible. Read more …

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Natural Rights vs. Human Rights:
A Critique of Alain de Benoist

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Introduction

This essay examines Alain de Benoist’s book Beyond Human Rights, translated into English in 2011 by Arktos, originally published in French in 2004. This book is a powerful condemnation of the Western idea of natural rights, which it claims to be intrinsically associated with the idea that all humans across the world have human rights. It objects to the imposition of human rights obligations on an otherwise multicultural humanity. Read more …

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Martha Nussbaum:
Premier Citizen of the World

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Ecstatic with herself

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The world of academia is full of hyper-inflated academics with multiple titles, prizes, honors, publications, grants and “original” ideas. Martha Nussbaum, Ernst Freund Distinguished Service Professor of Law and Ethics at the University of Chicago, is a typical case in point; Read more …

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