From Nov 9 2017/2018. Edited and Republished. Nov 12, 2019 INTRODUCTION Loose analogy is often drawn between our subjects, which is Theosophy with that of National Socialism, and Fascism. Despite what anyone may personally feel against discussing this topic, it must be dealt with in numerous ways, and from numerous angles, as much and as … Continue reading Theosophy and Italian Fascism: The Difference between Two Philosophies of Self-Conquest and Will-Power
I first became intrigued to study Giovanni Gentile, through Diego Fusaro’s Lectures on Gentilian Actualist Philosophy for philosophical research. Using the words of Giovanni Gentile, Cultured-Thug conveys the strength of the Fascist Philosophy. Republished. Nov 12, 2019.
“Let us leave modern men to their ‘truths’ and let us only be concerned about one thing: to keep standing amid a world of ruins.” JULIUS EVOLA JEAN VARENNE’S INTRODUCTION ON JULIUS EVOLA AND BUDDHISM The Doctrine of Awakening: The Attainment of Self-Mastery According to the Earliest Buddhist Texts. —♦— “This reaction to the work … Continue reading Jean Varenne on the Reactions to Julius Evola on Buddhism || From ‘Introduction’ to The Doctrine of Awakening
“When scholars study a thing, they strive to kill it first, if it’s alive; then they have the parts and they’ve lost the whole, for the link that’s missing was the living soul.” JOHANN WOLFGANG VON GOETHE, FAUST, PART I. Sir Mosley orates in this fiery speech, the “living soul” of Fascist Thought. “And my … Continue reading Oswald Mosley, Manchester Rally: “We Remember The Mighty Past”
“The nationalistic State was, therefore, an aristocratic State, enforcing itself upon the masses through the power conferred upon it by its origins. The Fascist State, on the contrary, is a people’s state, and, as such, the democratic State par excellence.” GIOVANNI GENTILE Marcello Veneziani on the Spirit of Giovanni Gentile’s Actualism and Rebuilding Italy in … Continue reading Giovanni Gentile on the True ‘Will of the People’: Says Difference between Fascism and Nationalism
“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. The philosopher states in The Residues of the Old Italy (p. … Continue reading Marcello Veneziani on the Spirit of Giovanni Gentile’s Actualism and Rebuilding Italy