I joined Alex Fontana’s Fascist Pigs Podcast to talk about Pizzagate, sexual liberation, social decadence, Nietzsche’s conservatism, Hegel on will and freedom, liberalism, Rogue One, film as an art form, and Leonard Cohen. Click here to listen. (more…)
Author: Greg Johnson
This interview with Georges Feltin-Tracol appeared in French translation in Réfléchir & Agir, no. 55 (2017). I want to thank Mr. Feltin-Tracol and the editors of Réfléchir & Agir.
Isn’t White Nationalism a theory specific to a North American context?
As I define it, White Nationalism is the advocacy of sovereign homelands for all white ethnic groups, (more…)
Remembering Rudyard Kipling:
December 30, 1865 to January 18, 1936
Nobel Prize-winning poet and novelist Rudyard Kipling was born on this day in 1865. For an introduction to his life and works, see the following articles on this site.
- William Pierce, “Rudyard Kipling: The White Man’s Poet” (French translation here)
- Andrew Hamilton, “Rudyard Kipling’s ‘The Burden of Jerusalem’“
- Margot Metroland, “The Conundrum of the Kipling: Rudyard Kipling, 1865–1936“
- William Solniger, “The White Man’s Burden, 2013“
For years, I have argued that our mostly online and anonymous movement is more likely to develop into a large and formidable real world community if we follow two basic rules. First, everyone gets to choose his own level of explicitness and involvement. Second, everybody else has to respect those decisions, including people’s decisions to keep their identities secret. (more…)
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3. The Hermeneutic Circle in Heidegger’s Being and Time
Heidegger’s purpose in Being and Time is to explore the question of the sense (Sinn) of Being (Sein). By “Being” Heidegger means the meaningful presence of beings to a knower. By the “sense of Being,” Heidegger refers to the meaningful presence of meaning itself. (more…)
Edition spéciale “Black Friday”*
Il est temps d’arrêter de courir les magasins pour nos achats de Noël
English original here
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Bien que n’étant pas croyant, j’avoue que la période de Noël est ma préférée. (more…)
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The concept of philosophical dialectic is quite mysterious and intimidating. Even among professional philosophers, dialectic often has connotations of mysticism, obscurantism, and slight of hand. I wish to dispel this aura. I will lay out the elements of philosophical dialectic by looking at specific arguments in Plato’s Republic and Hegel’s Philosophy of Right and then employ Heidegger’s account of the hermeneutic circle Being and Time and Husserl’s account of the logic of parts and wholes in his Logical Investigations to clarify the dialectical process. (more…)
The readership of Counter-Currents is growing at a tremendous pace. Last month, we had just under 150,000 unique visitors. When this month ends, we will be well beyond that milestone. That is remarkable growth, particularly considering the fact that Counter-Currents is aimed at readers with IQs above 120.
I want to welcome our new readers. First of all, I would like to get to know you. So if you discovered Counter-Currents in November or December, please drop me a line at [email protected], and tell me how you discovered us. (more…)
Greg Johnson on Millennial Woes’ Milleniyule Hangout
I joined the Privy Council on Britain’s #1 Alt Right podcast, Fash Britannia. (That’s me in the picture in my cat suit.) Click here to listen. Topics include Brexit, Calexit, fake communist forms of nationalism, Pizzagate and similar elite pedo rings, and why Twilight is better than Harry Potter. (more…)
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It was about twenty years ago when I first noticed that the greeting “Merry Christmas” was being replaced by the bland, neutral “Season’s Greetings” and “Happy Holidays.”