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La Haute Culture Surhumaniste:
l’avenir de l’Occident

3,674 words

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L’Occident et ses peuples peuvent-ils être sauvés ? Et que faudra-t-il pour cela – en particulier si nous recherchons une solution à long terme plutôt qu’une dernière digue « provisoire » ? Une nouvelle Haute Culture de l’Occident peut-elle naître pour assurer l’existence des peuples de l’Occident pour une longue durée ? Quelles caractéristiques une telle nouvelle culture devrait-elle posséder ?

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NXSchell, “Nietzsche”

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A Alta Cultura do Super-Homem:
Futuro do Ocidente

3,238 words

English original here

Pode o Ocidente e seus povos serem salvos? E o que será preciso para isso – particularmente se nós estamos preocupados com uma solução a longo prazo ao invés de um mero “quebra-molas”? Pode uma nova Alta Cultura do Ocidente emergir para garantir a existência dos povos do Ocidente por um longo tempo? Que características deve tal nova cultura possuir?

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Le Christ, Nietzsche et Cesar

"Christ Before Pilate," School of Hieronymus Bosch, 16th-Century, Princeton University Art Museum

623 words

English original here

Nos adversaires prétendent que le fascisme n’a pas d’arrière-plan historique ni de philosophie, et cet après-midi ma tâche est de suggérer que le fascisme a des racines profondes dans l’histoire et qu’il a été soutenu par quelques-uns des meilleurs élans de l’esprit spéculatif. Read more …

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Christ, Nietzsche, & Caesar

"Christ Before Pilate," School of Hieronymus Bosch, 16th-Century, Princeton University Art Museum

631 words

Translations: Ukrainian, Russian, French

Our opponents allege that Fascism has no historic background or philosophy, and it is my task this afternoon to suggest that Fascism has roots deep in history and has been sustained by some of the finest flights of the speculative mind. Read more …

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Христос, Ницше и Цезарь

"Christ Before Pilate," School of Hieronymus Bosch, 16th-Century, Princeton University Art Museum

480 words

English original here

Наши оппоненты утверждают, будто фашизм не имеет исторического и философского основания. Исходя из этого я ставлю сегодня перед собою задачу: Read more …

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Hitler & Nietzsche

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Much has been written and more has been said about the Nietzschean influence behind the new regime in Germany. Read more …

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Remembering Friedrich Nietzsche:
October 15, 1844–August 25, 1900

482 words

Friedrich Nietzsche was born this day in 1844 in the small town of Röcken, near Leipzig, Saxony, in the Kingdom of Prussia. He died in August 25, 1900 in Weimar, Saxony, in the Second German Reich. The outlines of Nietzsche’s life are readily available online.

Nietzsche is one of the most important philosophers of the North American New Right because of his contributions to the philosophy of history, culture, and religion.

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« Seul un dieu peut nous sauver » :
Abir Taha’s Le dieu à venir de Nietzsche ou la rédemption du divin

Nietzsche and his mom

5,243 words

English original here

Abir Taha
Le dieu à venir de Nietzsche: Ou la rédemption du divin
Paris : Connaissances et Savoirs, 2005

“Nur ein Gott kann uns noch retten.”—Martin Heidegger, 1966 Read more …

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Nihilism & the Meaning of Life in Nietzsche

2,929 words

Translated by Bruno Cariou

Editor’s Note:

The following text is Evola’s Preface to his translation of Robert Reininger’s Friedrich Nietzsches Kampf um den Sinn des Lebens [Nietzsche’s Struggle for the Meaning of Life] (1922) as Nietzsche e il senso della vita [Nietzsche and the Meaning of Life] (Rome: Giovanni Volpe, 1971).

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The Overcoming of the Superman

1,996 words

Translated by Bruno Cariou

The facility with which ideas lacking any real consistency sometimes acquire an evocative force, to the point of becoming a sort of alibi for the passions, is amazing: those who have held them to be true, experience them as such so vividly that they end up believing they have found confirmations of them in their own deepest experiences.

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Theseus’ Minotaur:
An Examination of Friedrich Nietzsche’s Thought

826 words

Friedrich Nietzsche was one of the most remarkable philosophers of all time, irrespective or whether he happened to have written in the nineteenth century. Read more …

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Julian Young’s Nietzsche’s Philosophy of Religion, Part 2

2,964 words

Part 2 of 2

Julian Young
Nietzsche’s Philosophy of Religion
New York: Cambridge University Press, 2006

By the time he came to write Thus Spoke Zarathustra, Nietzsche had liberated himself from naturalism by means of his doctrine of perspectivism – no viewpoint, including science, is epistemologically privileged, though some, like the Dionysian, are healthier than others. Read more …

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Julian Young’s Nietzsche’s Philosophy of Religion, Part 1

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Part 1 of 2

Julian Young
Nietzsche’s Philosophy of Religion
New York: Cambridge University Press, 2006

Julian Young’s Nietzsche’s Philosophy of Religion is a tremendously exciting yet meticulously scholarly work, which overturns a century of Nietzsche interpretation, (primarily but not exclusively Anglophone) and re-roots Nietzsche solidly in the late 19th century “Volkish” environment Read more …

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The Overman High Culture:
Future of the West

3,313 words

Translations: French, Portuguese

Can the West and its peoples be saved? And what will this take–particularly if we are concerned with a long-term solution rather than a last ditch “stop gap?” Can a new High Culture of the West arise to secure the existence of the peoples of the West for an extended time frame? What characteristics should such a new culture have?

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Friedrich Nietzsche, born October 15, 1844

Nietzsche by Max Klinger

425 words

Friedrich Nietzsche was born this day in 1844 in the small town of Röcken, near Leipzig, Saxony, in the Kingdom of Prussia. He died in August 25, 1900 in Weimar, Saxony, in the Second German Reich. The outlines of Nietzsche’s life are readily available online.

Nietzsche is one of the most important philosophers of the North American New Right because of his contributions to the philosophy of history, culture, and religion.

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Nietzsche & Spengler:
Preface to Thinkers of the Right

1,900 words

Friedrich Nietzsche and Oswald Spengler loom large over the horizon of twentieth-century European thought. Nietzsche was influential in the thinking of Spengler, while either one or both had a major impact on the thinking of most of the writers we deal with herein.

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Jünger, Heidegger, & Nihilism

Alain de Benoist

3,840 words

Translated by Greg Johnson

Ernst Jünger and Martin Heidegger engaged in a dialogue on nihilism in two texts published five years apart in the 1950s on the occasions of their respective sixtieth birthdays.[1] The study and comparison of these texts is particularly interesting because they allow us to appreciate what, on this fundamental subject, separates two authors who are frequently compared to each other and who maintained a powerful intellectual relationship for several decades. What follows is a brief overview.

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“Only a God Can Save Us”:
Abir Taha’s Le dieu à venir de Nietzsche ou la rédemption du divin

Nietzsche and his mom

4,511 words

French translation here

Abir Taha
Le dieu à venir de Nietzsche ou la rédemption du divin

Paris: Connaissances et Savoirs, 2005

“Nur ein Gott kann uns noch retten.”—Martin Heidegger, 1966 Read more …

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