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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Clarification

Note of 16 July 2018: This post has been merged within the book preface of my translation of Deschner’s book (here).

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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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