Marcello Veneziani on the Spirit of Giovanni Gentile’s Actualism and Rebuilding Italy

“It would take Gentile to rebuild Italy” outlines Gentile’s thought, and place in Italian intellectual history. Like Mazzini, Gentile understood nationalism in the sense, that it was a faith and a spiritual philosophy for unifying the people of a nation, which has its destiny. So, he states in The Residues of the Old Italy (p. Continue reading Marcello Veneziani on the Spirit of Giovanni Gentile’s Actualism and Rebuilding Italy

Lao Tzu advises Confucius not to be overwhelmed by human affairs

Lao Tzu advises Confucius not to be overwhelmed by human affairs in this film. “Chaos is everywhere.” Lao Tzu: “Men habitually long for fame and authority.” Kong Qui: “Then what should I, your pupil, do? I cannot hang useless on the door-beam like a dried-out gourd.” “The Master’s words are profound, but I must be Continue reading Lao Tzu advises Confucius not to be overwhelmed by human affairs

The Architects of Western Decline: A Study on the Frankfurt School and Cultural Marxism

The architects of the death of tradition, morality, and Western society? VertigoPolitix studies notes on the Frankfurt School and Cultural Marxist philosophy which he claims now controls Western intellectualism, politics, and culture, remarking, “it was by design; it was created by an internationalist intelligentsia to eradicate Western values, social systems, and European racial groups in a Continue reading The Architects of Western Decline: A Study on the Frankfurt School and Cultural Marxism

Ricardo Duchesne: Radical Liberal Norms That Lead to the Decline of the West

Professor Ricardo Duchesne of The University of New Brunswick, Canada recently joined Red Ice Radio for an interview to discuss multiculturalism, history, and liberalism. Duchesne, the author of The Uniqueness of Western Civilization (2011), and Faustian Man in a Multicultural Age, released in March 2017 by Arktos Books, has studied specially about Western Civilization. An academic, who Continue reading Ricardo Duchesne: Radical Liberal Norms That Lead to the Decline of the West

Sergei Prokofiev: “The Philosophers” | St. Petersburg Philharmonic Choir

CANTATA ON THE 20th ANNIVERSARY OF THE OCTOBER REVOLUTION, OP. 74: II. PHILOSOPHERS BY ST. PETERSBURG NEW PHILHARMONIA ORCHESTRA AND ALEXANDER TITOV “The Philosophers” is the second movement of Op. 74 of the Cantata for the 20th Anniversary of the October Revolution. The canata follows the story of the Bolshevik Revolution and the birth of the Soviet Continue reading Sergei Prokofiev: “The Philosophers” | St. Petersburg Philharmonic Choir

What Are Polemicists: In Defense of the Polemicist – Lecture by Jersey Flight

What is a Polemicist? The act of polemics is that of the contrarian, and derives from the Greek. In the Greek it has the meaning of being war-like, or hostile. The act of polemics is a militant reply in the form of reasoned arguments against a proposition regarded as worthy of defense. The polemicist is a man or woman of Continue reading What Are Polemicists: In Defense of the Polemicist – Lecture by Jersey Flight

Giuseppe Mazzini on Divine Ideal in Republicanism

Giuseppe Mazzini on the Republican Spirit tied to the Common Good “The Republic, as I at least understand it, means association, of which liberty is only an element, a necessary antecedent. It means, association, a new philosophy of life, a divine Ideal, that shall move the world, the only means of regeneration vouchsafed to the Continue reading Giuseppe Mazzini on Divine Ideal in Republicanism