Spotlight

A group of articles to appear in the spotlighted section, either new, classic, or relevant articles to today’s events.

By now, we should all have heard talk or read articles about why it is necessary to build parallel institutions. This has been a major talking point for a while now, and the necessity has become even more apparent as events like the seizure of donations to the Canadian truckers have played out before our …

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In 1962, Thomas Kuhn published his influential work on the history of science called “The Structure of Scientific Revolutions”. In his book, Kuhn challenged the notion that scientific progress moves forward in a linear fashion. He asserted that transformative, scientific knowledge did not build upon itself through the gradual process of experimentation and data accumulation …

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Man is hungry by nature. Whether it be for adventure, experience (of a sort), control, understanding, or ownership, he wishes to know what is beyond the next hill – metaphorical or literal. He wishes for growth, in himself and his holdings. He wishes to be able to answer the question with confidence “this is why …

Questing for Imperium Read More »

two-thousand souls (or at least, accounts, as what’s the difference in Hypermodernity?) This brings about what some call “Good problems” and others call “Growing pains.” The first and foremost issue of organizing a community of two-thousand people (give or take a couple hundred inactive or unserious people) is that it cannot be organized. At least not with the staff on hand.

Demographics are a popular issue to talk about, within political, geopolitical, and economic groups, pretty much all have a concern of some sort. I would like to add history to that list to demonstrate how all of these come together, and what that might mean for the future.
Populations are not generic of course, and the self-identified differentiation between them is usually enough of a shorthand to see where practical considerations will lie, but there are also harder factors that will dictate the boundaries. These groups often have their own cultural spheres, their own hierarchies and leadership networks, and will find themselves on their own path in relation to others – even if they sometimes reside near one another geographically. There is often a geographical consideration, but it does not seem to be definitive compared to other circumstances; both material and spiritual.

Rugged individualism is ubiquitously credited by conservatives as the distinguishing factor in the success of the American Empire, but that couldn’t be further from the truth. In fact, hyper-individualism and by extension nihilism is precisely what has eroded American society. The truth is it was the Nuclear Family which set America apart. The Nuclear Family …

Shorthands: Nuclear Family Read More »

There are forms of organizations that cause society to degenerate. This is the underlying theory in muchof Hoppe’s work, from “Democracy: The God that Failed” to “Getting Libertarianism Right”, and there arelessons to be taken here for any right-winger, even those who reject the Austro-libertarian approach ofa property-rights rooted self-ownership. Hoppe’s private law societies are …

Lessons from Hoppe: You Are Not Welcome Here Read More »

A fundamental lament about modern industrial society is the atomization of society. Individuals struggle to find meaning in social orders that destroy and subvert traditions. A valuable line of questioning rests at the very beginning of industrialization: Why?

Despite the pains and lengths man has suffered to legislate and manage post-industrial society, we find ourselves living in a state of disorder, and that we have lived in a growing state of it for centuries at the least. No matter the quantity of data and peer-reviewed studies that suggest otherwise, it is evident that …

Thomas Carlyle: The Divinity of Order Read More »