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Twofold portrait

To obtain a real likeness of the man, we need to see him in his actual surroundings. What were they? A dinning-room in some modest boarding-house, quarters in an equally modest hotel among the Swiss mountains or on the Italian Riviera; insignificant fellow-boarders, for the most part elderly females, experts in small talk. Quietly and…

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A one-man drama

The tragedy of Friedrich Nietzsche’s life was that it happened to be a one-man show, a monodrama wherein no other actor entered upon the stage: not a soul is at his side to succour him; no woman is there to soften by her ever-present sympathy the stresses of the atmosphere. Every action takes its birth…

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Master Builders

A Typology of the Spirit by Stefan Zweig Translated from the German by Eden and Cedar Paul Viking Press, 1930 PART TWO The Struggle with the Daimon Hölderlin Kleist Nietzsche Excerpted from the introduction: Hölderlin, Kleist, and Nietzsche are obviously alike even in respect of the outward circumstances of their lives; they stand under the…

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What is the best Hitler biography?

by Andrew Hamilton I’m not a National Socialist, but… I have read a few books on Hitler. Regarding Hitler, I agree with Irmin Vinson: I consider Hitler less a model to be followed than an avalanche of propaganda we must dig ourselves out from under. Never in human history has a single man received such…

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An unheard of continent for nationalists

The recent discussion in this blog about degenerate forms of music moved me today to add a post about Jung’s concept of the “Self.” It’s all too obvious that, like the rest of mankind, white nationalists are totally ignorant of depth psychology, which must not be confused with the epidermal psychology that is taught at…

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