Culture, Philosophy

The Formless Found

Heidegger & the Landscape Insurgency Against Modern Art From the beginning of formalized artistic practises and artistic traditions in the West, the two main points of muse and refuge for all artists have been the image of the human body and the image of the landscape. Specifically, the landscape, whilst not coming into its own […]

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Culture

Heroism in an Age of Despair

I dreamt I was alone, wandering the wastes of modern life. Before me stood a dead tree whose branches twisted like bleached bones under an unforgiving sun. From a branch hung a noose; the noose of pessimism. Often, I feel consternation to consider the thousands of my countrymen that have surrendered their lives to that […]

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Culture

A Genderqueer-Vegan Dinner Party: Logos & Will

Vegans are extreme. The sermons on veganism I’ve had the pleasure of hearing either rest on some variation of National Socialism or Communism. The extreme-Right vegans often have some Hindu or Pagan justification, and the hard-Left variety have some new-age ethical justification. Unfortunately, as I knocked on the front door, I knew I was to […]

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Culture

Rivalry & Fratricide

Genius often comes to us in pairs. Plato and Aristotle, Jung and Freud, Guénon and Evola; a generation’s thought and voice is often captured by a pair of geniuses. Mark the greats of Western music: Handel and Bach, Haydn and Beethoven, Wagner and Verdi, among countless other pairs. Two relationships that I have observed to […]

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Culture, Psychology

Synchronous Arisings

Jung, Peterson & the Uses & Abuses of Chaos Memes in the Current Year Recently, I have been mulling over the idea of memes and their uses as a subversive art form in the modern world after responding to a very good comment on the nature of art from my recent article on Sam Hyde […]

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Culture, Spirituality

On the Nativity of Our Lord

PREFACE: The following is an original translation of mine from the Golden Legend (Legenda Aurea). The Golden Legend was one of the most popular books of the Middles Ages; it is a collection of stories about the lives of the saints as well as other events associated with the feasts of the liturgical year compiled by […]

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