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Julius Evola’s Political Endeavours, Pt. IV

This is part of the introductory essay to the American edition of Julius Evola’s Men amid the Ruins. As the essay is very lengthy (over forty thousand words) I’ll be posting it part by part instead of cramming too much information into too small a space. 1,380 more words

Julius Evola

“failing to work through or mourn the French Revolution—to inherit the project, to ..make it its own—German idealism keeps repeating it, like a stuck record, but also off key.” – (via rebecca-comay) – REBECCA COMAY http://ift.tt/1T8GsFg

Second Semester Suffering

This semester has been shit. I’ve heard that things change (for whatever reason) in the second semester of grad school and it’s true. I guess the stakes seem higher because I will be selling myself as a potential PhD candidate by the end of the year. 426 more words

The Role of Freedom and Necessity in Schelling's Inquiries

“The time has come for the higher distinction or, rather, for the real contrast, to be made manifest, the contrast between Necessity and Freedom, in which alone the inner-most center of philosophy comes to view.” (VII, 333)

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More on Rosenzweig: Metaphysics and Language

I wrote this super quick essay for class last week… My professor’s main concern was that my critique of Rosenzweig’s claim about names, falls back into the world of essences (a world which Rosenzweig rejects). 890 more words

Mythology, Madness, and Laughter: Subjectivity in German Idealism

As we are approaching the times, where, according to some bright contemporary minds (Adrian Johnston, Catherine Malabou) to name a couple the debt of biology which according to Freud should explain psychoanalysis, is either being paid or close to it, the question of subjectivity: what is it, really, is re-surging with full force. 302 more words