Calling-out Racist Occultists and Esotericists? This is What I think about Philosophers like Evola

In Reactions to Julius Evola on Buddhism, Jean Varenne had written in her introduction to his book The Doctrine of Awakening, that a man like Julius Evola was particularly suitable to dispel misconceptions of Buddhism and Siddhartha spread by Western perspectives of his teachings as docile, feminized, etc. In “Negrified America,” I gave Julius Evola’s Continue reading Calling-out Racist Occultists and Esotericists? This is What I think about Philosophers like Evola

How the Left Always Wins | The Academic Agent

THE ACADEMIC AGENT ON THE POLITICAL LEFT-RIGHT SPECTRUM “I have always said there is no such thing as Right-wing, beyond opposition to the Left. But now I think the entire Left-Right spectrum is a mechanism entirely designed to secure the advances of the Left forever.” THE ACADEMIC AGENT, STRAY THOUGHTS #6: THE SPECTRUM —♦— THE Continue reading How the Left Always Wins | The Academic Agent

The Irony of an Anti-Liberal Republican Party: Synthesis of Republicanism and Conservatism, not Possible

U.S. conservative movement in its early history did not even like the Republican Party. “…if you read David Brooks’s columns, what he espouses could be called conservative but is certainly very different than what William F. Buckley has espoused. And Buckley has written that if the Republicans want to be a governing party they need Continue reading The Irony of an Anti-Liberal Republican Party: Synthesis of Republicanism and Conservatism, not Possible

Maria Carlson on the Influence of Theosophy on Russian Culture in the Russian Silver Age

MARIA CARLSON ATTEMPTED TO DEMONSTRATE THE UNDERSTUDIED VALUE THEOSOPHY HAD ON RUSSIA, and that in Russian culture, the influence of Theosophy was not underestimated by its Russian contemporaries. Many pages have been written on the history of Theosophy in the United States and Western Europe, but not Russia. Maria Carlson argues, that Theosophy transformed the Continue reading Maria Carlson on the Influence of Theosophy on Russian Culture in the Russian Silver Age

All Republicans Don’t Have To Be Conservative: Republican Political Tradition, Lincoln and Marx, and American Conservatives

Conservatism, or Republicanism Historian Andrew Roberts once suggested years ago in American Parties Need To Change Name, that the Americans can alleviate much confusion in their politics by changing the name of their political parties, and I would fully support that idea if both considered it. But as we will find, the claim to historical precedent Continue reading All Republicans Don’t Have To Be Conservative: Republican Political Tradition, Lincoln and Marx, and American Conservatives