[et_pb_section admin_label=”section”] [et_pb_row admin_label=”row”] [et_pb_column type=”4_4″][et_pb_text admin_label=”Text”] Mainstream “conservatives” are almost indistinguishable from liberals. Many Christian religionists view themselves as genuine conservatives, but apart from… Read More »What is Radical Traditionalist Conservatism?
Greek philosophy and politics
Part I | Part II | Part III | Part IV “New Capacities” under conditions of “Relaxed Selection” Religion in Human Evolution has been called… Read More »The European Idea Of Progress Supersedes The Axial Age: Part II
The Presocratic Discovery of Logos Part II of this essay goes beyond the quantitative observation that Presocratic Greece on its own produced more original thinkers… Read More »The Axial Age and the European Discovery of Logos: Part II
In the beginning was the Presocratic discovery of logos The idea of an “Axial Age” was a boon to the ideological drive after WWII to… Read More »The Axial Age and the European Discovery of Logos: Part I
The Philosophers of the “Axial Age”: Socrates, Confucius, Buddha and Zarathustra From the nineteenth century through the 1960s and 70s, World History books did recognize… Read More »Karl Jaspers, the Axial Age, and a Common History for Humanity
Martha Nussbaum — Ecstatic with Herself The world of academia is full of hyper inflated academics with multiple titles, prizes, honors, publications, grants and “original”… Read More »Martha Nussbaum: Premier Citizen of the World
The invention of a civic identity was the first magisterial contribution of the Greeks to Western civilization without which their other accomplishments would have been… Read More »Acclaiming the Greek Invention of a Civic Identity