The Story of Philosophy, 2

On the uses of philosophy There is a pleasure in philosophy, and a lure even in the mirages of metaphysics, which every student feels until the coarse necessities of physical existence drag him from the heights of thought into the mart of economic strife and gain. Some ungentle reader will check us here by informing…

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Why Europeans must reject Christianity, 18

by Ferdinand Bardamu   Karl Marx, chief interpreter of the “Protestant Aquinas” Marxist ideology is neither rationally explicable nor empirically verifiable. This means that Marxism is not subject to revision when its prophecies fail to materialize, or its cardinal doctrines are disproven; instead, like the Christian religionist, the Marxist ideologue is forced to engage in…

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Day of Wrath, 1

In philosophy the concept of alienation appears in the work of German philosophers. Entfremdung for example means “estrangement.” For Hegel alienation and estrangement refer to the moment of beginning to advance in oneself. Such is my feeling of estrangement, or distance from Spanish speakers, that I stopped blogging in my native language when I realized…

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Against the empire of Yin

“The only way to restore vitality to Western Civilization is to recalibrate its yin-yang balance.” Presently, almost all white males are thoroughly and grotesquely feminized (even quite a few white nationalists), most beyond repair. Now that I am reproducing translations of a book on the toughest empire of Yang in western history—Sparta—, I would like…

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David Friedrich Strauss, 2

The following is excerpted from Albert Schweitzer’s The Quest of the Historical Jesus, published in 1906: a scholarly yet readable introduction to the field of New Testament studies from a modern viewpoint. Schweitzer’s eight chapter is titled “Strauss’ first Life of Jesus”: The distinction between Strauss and those who had preceded him upon this path…

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David Friedrich Strauss, 1

The following is excerpted from Albert Schweitzer’s The Quest of the Historical Jesus, published in 1906: a scholarly yet readable introduction to the field of New Testament studies from a modern viewpoint. Schweitzer’s seventh chapter is titled “David Friedrich Strauss – The Man And His Fate”: In order to understand Strauss one must love him.…

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Prolegomena

for the new religion for Whites In a previous thread Stubbs responded to one of my comments: I have, and I’m not really a theist. I’m more along the lines of Pierce or Heidegger or something. The problem with trying to emulate the NSDAP on this one is that they were able to use a…

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On Buddha & Evola

Or: “The existence of Buddhism should scare the White Nationalists who can’t think of anything but Jews” by Cesar Tort In a previous post I talked about my golden rule: never read those authors or philosophers who write in obscure prose. I confess that, in the past, when I was researching the pseudoscience called psychiatry,…

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Clark’s humanness

From Kenneth Clark’s The Other Half: A Self-Portrait (ellipsis omitted between unquoted excerpts): The last words of the programme were shot in Saltwood, in my study. As if in sympathy the camera broke down, and a new one had to be sent from London. But at last the final words were spoken, including the prophetic…

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