No. 8: Comment on the False and Necessitous Aesthetics of Politics

There is one passage from Schiller that sticks out in my memory again and again when considering this phenomenon: Only impotence and perversity have recourse to false and necessitous appearance, and individual men as well as entire peoples who either ‘help forward reality by means of appearance’ or ‘(aesthetic) appearance by means of reality’ — […]

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No. 7: Simple Definition of Neoreaction

Neoreaction is a Post-Modern project united by a broad skepticism or rejection of dominant Progressive narratives about history and politics, which is why continental philosophy has bled into Neoreaction a bit, because Post-Modernism is the skepticism and/or rejection of the ultimate truth-validity of meta-narratives. What unites Neoreaction, or the hard core conspiracy theorist and the […]

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No. 5: Our Marx, Same as Ever

A ‘movement’ of thought about the constitution and necessary structure of a society and the objective institution of the state governing it, represents a movement in the sense that it manifests itself as an impulse working within a society which seeks to ‘move’ the physical reality of that society closer to what it conceives of […]

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No. 3: Thoughts on Diversity Culture and on the Difference Between Objective and Sociological Diversity

This article for a long time now has stuck with me, I’ve returned to it several times and it stands out to me as an expression of what might be called “Diversity Culture,” and I thought, for the sake of posting new content, I might explore the concept a little. You’ll have to excuse me […]

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