As a concept, nationality has a paradoxical genealogy.
The sheer vagueness of the term "postmodern" is why I've often shied away from using it in any context over the years.
The Civilization of the West which was built upon Faustian values, finds itself in the latest stage of its existence: one dominated by uncertainty, one in which the values and certainties of before have evaporated, giving place to Nihilism and sel
The following is an interview with the Hungarian philosopher and theologian, Dr. Tibor Imre Baranyi, about the ideas of the Traditionalist René Guénon, the nature of Hungarian identity, the theory of Turanism, and the problems of illiberalism.
A central theme in Traditionalist thought is how all temporal power, beauty, goodness and innocence in the microcosm of the earthly sphere reflects eternal archetypes in the macrocosm of the heavenly sphere.