Category: Religion and Philosophy

Abortion, the Christian right, and antifascism

Matthew Lyons, a leading “antifascist” intellectual, actually has a pretty good definition of fascism. ” a revolutionary form of right-wing populism, inspired by a totalitarian vision of collective rebirth, that challenges capitalist political and cultural power while promoting economic and social hierarchy. ” See the Lyons article here. […]

Marxism vs Postmodernism

I am probably more in the vein of  a “post-postmodernist.” In the latest episode of Marxist Voice, Yola Kipcak combats the ideas of postmodernism, which reject the notion of objective truth or lawfulness in the world. These ideas are at odds with Marxism, which has a rational, materialist […]

Earth Mastery Reminder

In other words, there is the temporal self (personality) aspect of us that is always going to be changing and impermanent as it flows through the ever changing circumstances of life (negative and positive; duality)… AND there is the eternal observer within us that is ALWAYS present and […]

Bernard-Henri Lévy vs. Aleksandr Dugin

To celebrate our 25th anniversary, the Nexus Symposium 2019, ‘The Magic Mountain Revisited’, revolved around the themes and music from The Magic Mountain. As if Settembrini and Naptha were alive today, Bernard-Henri Lévy and Aleksandr Dugin debated on stage as defenders of the Enlightenment and counter-Enlightenment.

Personality Types And Religion

By Personality Hacker In this episode Joel and Antonia talk about personality types and religion and unpack which personalities are more likely to leave or stay with religion. In this podcast you’ll find: What’s the relationship between personality types and joining religious movements? Are there some that aren’t […]

The Jews and Modern Capitalism

By  Werner Sombart , Translated by  Mordecai Epstein 2015 Reprint of Original 1913 Edition. Exact facsimile of the original edition, not reproduced with Optical Recognition Software. Werner Sombart (1863 -1941) was a German economist and sociologist and one of the leading Continental European social scientists during the first […]

Defender of the Dhimmis

By Sam Sweeney National Review Recently I was in the city of Hassakeh, Syria, sitting and making small talk with two Syrians, one Kurdish and the other Syriac Christian. The Christian said he would like to invite me to his house but, because he lives in the government-controlled […]

The Surprise Ending

By Caitlin Johnstone Humanity’s collective awakening will unfold in ways that nobody is anticipating, for the same reasons an individual’s awakening always unfolds in ways they can’t anticipate. An individual’s journey into greater consciousness is rife with plot twists and M. Night Shyamalan surprise endings, because it is […]