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The Apocalyptic, Ancient and Modern

Three centuries of eschatological political thought have failed to yield an eschaton. What’s next?
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An Offering to Athens

Post-liberalism, populism, aristocracy, and the left.
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A Manifesto for Classical Liberalism

That's right. You have never debated someone like me before.
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Media Bias and the Mob

What structural anthropology can tell us about the polarized press.
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After the WEIRDing

Rod Dreher and Peter Sloterdijk offer alternative trajectories for fragmentation: sacred collectivities or transformative individuations.
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The Intellectual Dark Web’s Unwise Center

Moralistic Therapeutic Jungianism is not the cure for what ails us.
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Catholicism and the Gravity of Horror

The postmodern metropolis points towards a rediscovery of the profundity of the human soul.
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Somebody Wants to Take Down Nick Land

The technology and politics of the scapegoat in early 2017.
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Slipping Slavoj

Forsaken by the Left, the once-hot philosopher needs to revisit some of the big questions
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Amnesiac Nostalgia

The modern Westerner, accustomed to practices that have ceased to be customs, is inwardly homeless.