H.L. Mencken, Emma Goldman and the Young Intellectuals Americanized Nietzsche’s philosophy
No, Nietzsche is part of the problem
In the Modern Age, religion and ethics takes a backseat to aesthetics and psychology
Darwin, Baudelaire and Nietzsche paved the road to Modernism
Modernist intellectuals answered Nietzsche’s call to declare war on the masses
How did the Enlightenment succumb to Romanticism?
Isaiah Berlin on the Enlightenment and Romanticism
Conservative liberalism is waning in the face of brutal facts
The Tory conservative tradition offers an alternative to Whig derived conservatism
Patrick Deneen and Jonah Goldberg debate whether liberalism has failed
Free society is a state “of dissolution and thaw” and “demoralization and transition”
In abolishing itself, liberalism has freed us to imagine a new order
What is Critical Social Justice Theory?
The principles of the Declaration of Independence are at war with all governance
Stable governments are not based on abstract liberal ideals
Keith Woods explains Third Positionism
What is the “successor ideology” to liberalism on the Right?
The short answer is no
Liberalism has defined nationalism as its greatest enemy
Instrumental reason has led to a sterile culture
Winter is the coziest month of the year
A book review of Rusty Reno’s Return of the Strong Gods: Nationalism, Populism and the Future of the West
Professor Christoph Möllers delivers the Leibniz lecture on liberalism and the rise of global authoritarianism
In the aftermath of World War II, the intellectual elite of the West began to dissolve its own foundations
Mencius Moldbug is back with a new pill
First Things takes a look at the life and political thought of Sam Francis
Liberalism is on the ropes. Will it go down to the mat?
Sohrab Ahmari articulates his vision of a post-liberal Right
Michael Brendan Dougherty points out that many of the Founding Fathers were classical republicans
According to Thomas Carlyle, liberalism naturally weakens and degenerates the social fabric by driving “assiduous wedges” in every joint of social existence
In the 1850s, Southern political theorist George Fitzhugh attacks the philosophical foundations of Northern liberalism and free-market capitalism
Greg Johnson on Leo Strauss and his disingenuous attempts to refute historicism