The Story of Philosophy, 8

Aristotle and Greek science   Under Plato he studied eight—or twenty—years; and indeed the pervasive Platonism of Aristotle’s speculations, even of those most anti-Platonic, suggests the longer period. One would like to imagine these as very happy years: a brilliant pupil guided by an incomparable teacher, walking like Greek lovers in the gardens of philosophy.…

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Who We Are, 12

The following is my abridgement of chapter 12 of William Pierce’s history of the white race, Who We Are: Macedonian and Roman Empires Were Built by Nordics Latin Founders of Rome Came from Central Europe   The last five installments in this series have dealt with the migrations of Nordic, Indo-European-speaking tribes from their homeland…

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White suicide since Alexander (2)

A recent discussion in another thread moves me to reproduce the following quotation of Will Durant’s The Story of Philosophy. Although Durant was almost the opposite of a racialist historian, what he says at the beginning of the chapter “From Aristotle to the Renaissance” is germane to understand why the policies that Alexander promoted were…

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