The ways of return in the twentieth century

Martin Heidegger and Ruhollah Khomeini, although with due differences, have embodied in the last century an idea of revolution interpreted as a 'return' to an existential condition in which physical and metaphysical order were not hopelessly spl

Alain de Benoist: Milestones for a century's end


            The critique, both historical and conceptual, of liberal ideology, conducted in every domain and successively extending itself, has permitted the clear identification as liberal mythemes – the founding mythemes, the constitutive elemen

Philosophy of Authority


The irritating fact about modernity is that romanticism with its medieval nostalgia won’t die. The West for all its cyber intelligence and digital empowerment seems incapable to let the medieval world go.