Riding the Tiger of Modernity | Shaykh Abdal Hakim Murad on Julius Evola

SHAYKH ABDAL HAKIM MURAD ON JULIUS EVOLA COUNTER-CULTURE “…so Evola is a point of reference for people who are seeking an alternative, but unfortunately because of his possibly xenophobic blindspot when it came to Europe’s “third heritage”. . . .the Heritage of Islam — Gaudí’s move was definitely in the direction of the underestimated Ishmaelite Continue reading Riding the Tiger of Modernity | Shaykh Abdal Hakim Murad on Julius Evola

Gordon S. Wood on Republicanism and Monarchy in the Eighteenth-Century

Gordon S. Wood argues, that Republicanism was not an underground ideology, merely confined to European culture. It was an important current, that blended and mingled with the monarchical mainstream. To be a#liberal in the eighteenth-century, was not to be some rabid progressive with no respect for the forefathers, for antiquity and tradition. It was for Continue reading Gordon S. Wood on Republicanism and Monarchy in the Eighteenth-Century