My knowledge of the European New Right (ENR) is very scarce, no more than a few short articles and three books: Guillaume Faye’s Why We Fight, Alexander Dugin’s Fourth Political Theory, and Pierre Krebs’ Fighting for the Essence, Western Ethnosuicide or European Renaissance? I found Faye’s metapolitical dictionary substantively insightful and Dugin’s dissection of liberalism penetrating.
Tag: Pierre Krebs
November 14, 2014 Lucian Tudor
The Revolutionary Conservative Critique of Oswald Spengler
Oswald Spengler is by now well-known as one of the major thinkers of the German Conservative Revolution of the early 20th Century. In fact, he is frequently cited as having been one of the most determining intellectual influences on German Conservatism of the interwar period – along with Arthur Moeller van den Bruck and Ernst Jünger – to the point where his cultural pessimist philosophy is seen to be representative of Revolutionary Conservative views in general (although in reality most Revolutionary Conservatives held more optimistic views). (more…)
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Fighting for the Essence:
Western Ethnosuicide or European Renaissance?
Titans are in Town:
Preface to Pierre Krebs, Fighting for the Essence
Fighting for the Essence: Western Ethnosuicide or European Renaissance?
London: Arktos Media, 2012
This newest offering from Arktos is the first translation into English from the works of Pierre Krebs, a leading figure in the European New Right. (more…)
An Italian Marxist, Antonio Gramsci, was the first to understand that the state is not confined to a political apparatus. In fact he established that the political apparatus runs parallel to the so-called civil apparatus. In other words, each political apparatus is reinforced by a civil consensus, the psychological support of the masses. (more…)