Introducing rightist philosophy, Evola, de Maistre, etc

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Introducing rightist philosophy, Evola, de Maistre, etc

Post by Seleucus » Mon Oct 02, 2017 3:32 am

Introducing rightist philosophy, Evola, de Maistre, etc

As we witness today a paradigmatic shift, the end of the neo-Liberal/neo-Marxist trajectory, and the rise of nationalism, rightism and various forms or traditionalism, it makes sense to look into some of the philosophers and ideas behind this movement.

Central figures like Julius Evola or Joseph de Maistre have almost never been discussed here as the board forum search function reveals. Meanwhile, other important characters have seen a little more mention, like Homer or Rene Guenon.

Hopefully this topic can help to encourage investigation and understanding of some of these figures who took reactionary and anti-modern perspectives, and drew inspiration from perennialism, and the heroic and Indo-European traditions.

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