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Fascist and Third Position Books Blackshirt 03/14/2021 (Sun) 18:49:38 ID:8fc792 No. 4
Post good works that you've read and ask for recommendations ITT. BASIC READING LIST National Socialism: >Mein Kampf (Adolf Hitler) The most reliable translations are the Stalag edition and the Thomas Dalton translation. >Hitler's Second Book / Zweites Buch (Adolf Hitler) >The Program of the NSDAP (Gottfried Feder) >The Manifesto for the Breaking of Interest Slavery (Gottfried Feder) >Hitler's Table Talk Black Front / Strasserism: >German Tomorrow by Dr. Otto Strasser >Deutschlands Erneuerung by Dr. Otto Strasser (in German only) Savitri Devi >The Lightning and the Sun (Savitri Devi) >And Time Rolls On (Savitri Devi) >The Impeachment of Man (Savitri Devi) http://www.savitridevi.org/home.html Iron Guard / Romanian Fascism: >For my Legionaries by Corneliu Zelea Codreanu British Union of Fascists (BUF): >Fascism: 100 Questions Asked and Answered (Oswald Mosley) >Tomorrow We Live (Oswald Mosley) >My Life (Oswald Mosley) >Fascism v. jewry (William Joyce) >National Socialism Now (William Joyce) >The Coming Corporate State (A. Raven Thompson) >Spring Comes Again (Jorian Jenks) Italian Fascism: >Origins and Doctrine of Fascism (Giovanni Gentile) >CasaPound Italia platform: https://archive.fo/EN15J Japan >Kokutai no Hongi: Cardinal Principles of the National Entity of Japan Miscellaneous Secondary Literature Worth Reading: By "worth reading" I mean not totally kiked garbage. These are not fascist authors. >The Wages of Destruction (Adam Tooze) >Holy Legionary Youth (Roland Clark) >The Nazi War on Cancer (Robert Proctor) >The Occult Roots of Nazism (Nicholas Goodrick-Clarke) >Black Sun: Aryan Cults, Esoteric Nazism, and the Politics of Identity (Nicholas Goodrick-Clarke) >Japan's Holy War (Walter Skya) --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Cultured Thug is also a good YouTube channel for overviews of fascist literature: https://www.bitchute.com/channel/cultured_thug/ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFVf_ACP5I8VF5VsmSDQ8tQ Helpful Links: https://sci-hub.tw/ http://gen.lib.rus.ec/ https://archive.org/ https://www.bitchute.com/cultured_thug/
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>>20 Strasser has many, many problems (as I have summed up a bit in the posts I have attached) but I would not tell anyone not to at least have a familiarity with his thought. Strasser is important, not because he was right, but because he forms a part of the history of the NSDAP and the Third Position whether we like it or not, and regardless of whether most of his modern fans online seem to be crypto-leftists or trannies.
A book on the Third Reich's economy. Very good book, even if not written by one of /ourguy/s
Tedor's 'Hitler's Revolution'
something I wrote you guys might be interested in
Anyone got the two-part chart with non-Fascist reading material at the start (baby's first philosophy, such as The Wealth of Nations, The Republic, Das Kapital, etc.) then a second part listing Fascist, Reactionary, then Libertarian Right literature?
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>>260 This?
>>261 That's the one. Thanks.
>>261 Interesting that Mein Kampf isn't in the Fascist/NS side. Why so, I wonder?
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>>295 That's a good question. This whole set of lists is sort of questionable to me really, and I doubt that the guy who made it really read many of these himself. Concerning the fascist section in particular, why one earth would one neglect to put Mein Kampf, but instead put some shit by Dugin? There's really no justification for that admission, as MK provides one of the best primers to the NS worldview that I have seen, mixed in with very interesting autobiographical elements and insights into Germany at the time. Though he speaks in relation to Germany, the parallels with our modern world are impossible to miss for anyone even slightly redpilled.
>>261 >Mein Kampf not in >but Dugin's retarded snowflake idealogy is Yeah someone needs to fix that.
>>411 In general it might be a good idea to try to turn our reading list (or at least the most important parts of it) into an image to pass around. I will have to try to do this here soon and see what others think.
Mein Kampf Houghton Mifflin 1939 translation
>>474 No, get the Dalton translation, would provide it myself but i onky have it as .epub.
The Manheim translation actually isn't horrible. It was the first one I read myself, and I have never noticed any major kikery but I think it's translated by a jew though. Either way I'll throw a PDF of Stalag out for the hell of it since I'm posting here. Ultimately though >>479 is right. The Dalton translation is at the top of its class. I don't have a PDF of it or anything since I own physical editions of it, but it's the best translation out there, period, better than even the Stalag. Dalton is 100% /ourguy/ as well.
>>261 >Dugin Yeah no, this guy is a massive retard and a zionist who enjoys LARPs and not serious perspectives. He blames everything on liberalism and pretends jews had no influence on modern liberalism and communism.
I have found "An Essay on the Inequality of the Human Races" is this book recommended? What books are recommended for race study?
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>>588 Hitler was apparently a fan of Gobineau, so yes I would recommend this even if I have not yet read it myself. Lothrop Stoddard is pretty good too.
>>605 Thanks, I'll try.
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So I'm thinking of making a fascist book-list some time in the next day or so, what works do you think are essential for this list? I'm not thinking of including any sort of esoteric works like Savitri Devi or Serrano: >Mein Kampf (Hitler) >The Program of the NSDAP (Gottfried Feder) >The Manifesto for the Breaking of Interest Slavery (Gottfried Feder) >The Origins and Doctrines of Fascism (Gentile) >For my Legionaries by (Corneliu Zelea Codreanu) >Fascism: 100 Questions Asked and Answered (Oswald Mosley) >Tomorrow We Live (Oswald Mosley) These are basically all pulled from our book list. Anything else that is good and easy reading for beginners? I'm trying to stick with primary sources.
Edited last time by FashBO on 03/25/2021 (Thu) 14:41:34.
Anyone got all of "/pol/ack's Journey" /lit/ charts?
>>719 These? >>261
>>720 No way I'm this stupid! Thank you so much.
>>721 Kek no problem
>>711 Those are good, but I'd add: >Bolshevism from Moses to Lenin >Nazi-Sozi, more of a Q&A pamphlet and from very early in the movement, so maybe not. >Hitler's Table Talks >Myth of the 20th Century? too occult? >The Doctrine of Fascism by Mussolini, unlsess you didn't include it for a reason It looks like you're trying to do a list on books from the time period that explain fascism/NS, but here's some other good books that don't follow that: >Hitler's War >Hitler's Revolution >The International jew >some stuff by Rockwell, Nature's Eternal Religion >not fash or ns at all but Web of Debt is a good book >there's also good videos, like stuff from Pierce, The Greatest Story Never Told, All Wars Are Bankers' Wars. Let me know if you need any pdfs.
>>729 That reminds me, someone on end/pol/ wrote a whole book on the history of the Third Reich. I haven't read it all but I've looked through it and it looks good. Should I link the thread? I don't think he's on here, it would be nice if we could tell him about this board without publicizing it on end/pol/. https://ia601401.us.archive.org/30/items/germania_book/Germania.pdf
>>729 Nazi-Sozi is a good suggestion, even if it's an early piece. Some of the Feder stuff I included is pretty early as well so it should be okay. The rest seem like decent suggestions as well, but I will see what makes the cut - I want it to feel pretty easy to choose a book and dive in, but I will see what makes the cut when I actually start to lay everything out. Probably smart to add Mussolini's work on there too, I really need to edit that one into the OP here too. Regarding some of the secondary sources, that could probably warrant it's own list in itself. I had Hitler's Revolution in my first post up there originally, but I took it out since all of the rest of the posts were by prominent fascist figures from the heyday. I wasn't necessarily intending to have it all be from figures in the 1920s and 1930s, but I was thinking that if there was a core that people had to read, it was from these guys. >>730 >>731 The author of that book has actually posted on Anon Cafe /fascist/ not too long ago. He also made an hour-long documentary on Brenton Tarrant that he released here and asked for some help regarding some source images. I'm not sure how much of a regular he is though.
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Do any of you anons have some books regarding fascist philosophy on violence and war? I've got a whole host of books otherwise but was looking for information on that topic in particular.
Does anybody have the Goebbels diary from David Irving? For some reason this link doesn't work for me (https://www.focal.org/books/goebbels/diary1938.pdf)
>>1210 I found this link on Irving's site but the whole thing is in German: http://www.fpp.co.uk/books/Goebbels/diary1938.pdf And even though it's in German the particular link that I have here is just an introduction it seems like.
>>1211 Thanks, I guess I'll just google translate the whole thing.
>>846 Metaphysics of War by Julius Evola. Had a big impact on my view of violence.
Are there any books that critique materialism?
>>1543 Do you mean materialism in the sense that 'everything is made of matter / the physical' or the definition of people being concerned with material things and consuming?
>>1585 The 'everything is made of matter' worldview as well as the marxist materialist worldview..
>>1706 I'm afraid I can't recommend you directly any books on these topics, but when it comes to materialism in the first sense, the best thing to do is to look into various arguments surrounding the mind-body issue. The hard-problem of conscious kills materialism as far as I'm concerned. The modern materialist worldview would have us believe that minds like ours literally evolved from that which was totally 'dead' (i.e. without any mental properties) and inert. And then at some magical level of complexity, it suddenly turned conscious. This sort of brute emergence is retarded, especially when the product of it is something totally unlike the matter it is said to have sprung from, i.e. a first-person subjective experience / qualia. Materialists spin themselves into circles trying to explain away their own conscious experience as an 'illusion' or a product of 'folk psychology' or even as some sort of epiphenomenon with no causal effects. There are a lot of options that could better explain this, but they're not completely bulletproof. One of them is dualism, mind and matter being of two different categories, but there is here a problem of how they interact. And then there is various panpsychist schemes which say that consciousness is fundamental to our reality, even down to the tiniest particles of matter. It was this in particular that saved me from materialism, and once I reached the conclusion that consciousness had a fundamental role in Nature, I underwent a major shift, personally. I began to understand texts like the Bhagavad Gita and Upanishads at last. I don't think that they can truly be understood by materialists / physicalists. Now this panpsychism can easily give away to forms of idealism where mind is fundamental. And in some ways these have merit to them too above panpsychism. https://iep.utm.edu/hard-con/ https://iep.utm.edu/consciou/ https://iep.utm.edu/panpsych/ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LY4Io7Q-gZY Though it is a highly circuitous approach to the question you asked, it's how I stopped being a materialist, or at least much less confident in the ideas of materialism, so it might help you as well.
>>1706 How is everything NOT made of matter? What isn't made of matter?
Hitler’s Second Book: German Foreign Policy By Adolf Hitler Translated, Introduced and Annotated by Arthur Kemp Ostara Publications © 2104
>>1753 >What isn't made of matter? Abstract objects, consciousness, God, etc.
>>1776 Aren't they "stored" on matter? We consider the the concepts as abstract, but they "exist" on matter.
>>1827 >t. jew
>>1827 Out of the three things I listed the abstract objects one is the one I'd be able to argue about the worst, but what I will say is that if say something like "5 is prime", it certainly seems to say something about a particular object, namely the number 5. But the real question is what exactly is the number 5. One view is that it's an abstract object of sorts. It's a real and objective thing, i.e. it's not just some concept we came up with in our heads. But according to this view it would necessarily have to be some sort of non-physical object. The number 5 doesn't exist anywhere in the material world, even if it's a real thing. There's no particular time or place where 5 or any other number just floats around in space or time, but it certainly seems to be objectively real in some sense. To just say that math is some thing that exists in our head would also be weird given how uncannily accurate mathematics can be, to the extent that some physicist like Peter Higgs can sit at a desk and crunch numbers and predict the existence of hypothetical particles which will later be confirmed decades later and after millions of dollars are spent searching for them. Like I said though, this is the weakest of the three things I said so I can't support this much further than this if I were to be really pressed. I think it's certainly plausible and interesting to think of.
We have lost so many pdf's since we moved to this board... I can't even find the fucking Mein Kampf anymore.
>>1736 Its alright, Thank you very much. I was just looking for a well rounded perspective on this and the links you have given are exactly what I needed. Some of the book titles in the References and Further reading at https://iep.utm.edu/hard-con/ Are odd eg: "Wilkes, K. V. “Is Consciousness Important?" Isn't Consciousness the reason why all the sciences, philosophy, creativity in general etc. exist? Without thought, perception and imagination; how else could it have gone up to where it is now.. it doesn't make any sense.
(1) Might is Right by Ragnar Redbeard (2) Fascism: 100 Questions Asked and Answered by Oswald Mosley (3) George Lincoln Rockwell, a National Socialist Life by William Luther Pierce (4) And Time Rolls On by Savitri Devi (5) White Power by George Lincoln Rockwell >>1880 Partially my bad, I should have dumped my collection. Have been lazy
(1) 88 Precepts by David Lane (2) Hitler's Table Talk (3) The Alternative by Oswald Mosley (4) The Turner Diaries by William Luther Pierce (5) Freemasonry: Ideology, Organization and Policy by Dieter Schwarz
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>>1888 Glad to help a bit. There are all sorts of retards who exist right now who claim either that consciousness is an illusion or it just don't exist. They claim that the notion of consciousness is the product of some of 'folk psychology'. <Eliminative materialism (also called eliminativism) is the claim that certain types of mental states that most people believe in do not exist.[1] It is a materialist position in the philosophy of mind. Some supporters of eliminativism argue that no coherent neural basis will be found for many everyday psychological concepts such as belief or desire, since they are poorly defined. Rather, they argue that psychological concepts of behaviour and experience should be judged by how well they reduce to the biological level.[2] Other versions entail the non-existence of conscious mental states such as pain and visual perceptions. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eliminative_materialism What this is is simply the product of being so dedicated to a certain worldview (i.e. materialism) that you end up denying the obvious. Their scientific tools are unable to measure or quantify conscious, first-person experiences, so they deny them all together and enter into endless absurdities. The ultimate bugman philosophy. There are also many related to this sort of view who describe conscious experience as an 'illusion'. The difference from ancient Aryan ways here is obvious. Many ancient philosophers seem to believe that in some sense consciousness or mind is absolutely fundamental, and would laugh you out of the room if you were to deny it. I have a theory that modern science is designed to make people accept the absurd and ridiculous for some greater end of demoralization or control, but I don't know.
>>1899 No sir most people just don't have a soul, They're husks got it?
>>1922 Stop being lazy and linking to (((google))), post the list here.
>>1922 >click my jewgle tracker, goyim Fucking VPNiggers
>>1922 I went there and this is the list . John M. Cooper - The Works of Plato Aristotle - Metaphysics Fichte - The Destination of Man Thomas Carlyle - Heroes and Hero Worship Hegel - Outlines of The Philosophy of Right Martin Heidegger - Discourse on Thinking Benito Mussolini - The Doctrine of Fascism Renzo de Felice - Fascism: An Informal Introduction to Its Theory and Practice Mario Missiroli - What Italy Owes to Mussolini Zeev Sternhell - The Birth of Fascist Ideology Bertrand de Jouvenel - Sovereignty: An Inquiry Into The Political Good Alasdair MacIntyre - Whose Justice? Which Rationality? Robert Filmer - Patriarcha Hegel - Science of Logic René Girard - Violence and The Sacred Hegel - The Phenomenology of Spirit Giovanni Gentile - The Theory of Mind As Pure Act Gabriele D'Annunzio - Collection Novels Janet Biehl - Ecofascism Revisited: Lessons From The German Experience Anthony Giddens - A Contemporary Critique of Historical Materialism Charles R. Bambach - Heidegger's Roots: Nietzsche, National Socialism, and The Greeks Shlomo Avineri - Hegel's Theory of The Modern State E. M. Cioran - A Short History of Decay Kant - Critique of Practical Reason Ernst Nolte - Three Faces of Fascism: Action Francaise, Italian Fascism, National Socialism Derek Hastings - Catholicism and The Roots of Nazism: Religious Identity and National Socialism Madison Grant - The Passing of The Great Race Bernard Bosanquet - Philosophical Theory of The State Carlos Videla - National Socialism Its Principles and Philosophy Giovanni Gentile - Genesis and Structure of Society Aline Lion - The Idealistic Conception of Religion: Vico, Hegel, Gentile Heinrich von Treitschke - Politics Guillaume Faye - Archeofuturism Giovanni Gentile - The Philosophy of Art Hegel - Lectures on The Philosophy of History Julius Evola - Synthesis of The Doctrine of Race F. H. Bradley - Ethical Studies Alexander Raven Thomson - Civilization As Divine Superman Bernardo Kastrup - Why Materialism Is Baloney: How True Skeptics Know There Is No Death and Fathom Answers to Life, The Universe, and Everything Anthony Giddens - The Consequences of Modernity Julius Evola - The Myth of The Blood: The Genesis of Racialism Mario Palmieri - The Philosophy of Facism Georges Sorel - Reflections on Violence James Gregor - The Ideology of Fascism: The Rationale of Totalitarianism Kant - Critique of Pure Reason Hilaire Belloc - The jews J. K. Bluntschli - The Theory of The State Reńe Guénon - The Crisis of The Modern World Julius Evola - Revolt Against The Modern World Robert C. Scharff - Philosophy of Technology: The Technological Condition: An Anthology Francis Yockey - Imperium Yukio Mishima - Spring Snow Jonathan Bowden - Why I Am Not A Liberal Thomas Carlyle - The Present Time Henry James Summer Maine - Ancient Law Antonio Gramsci - Modern Prince and Other Writings Josh Neal - Americana Extremist: The Psychology of Political Extremism Dennis Bouvard - The Ancient City Scott Howard - The Transgender Industrial Complex James Drennan - B.U.F. Oswald Mosley and British Fascism Muammar Gaddafi - Green Book Carl Schmitt - Theory of The Partisan Gaetano Mosca - The Ruling Class Various - Readings on Fascism and National Socialism Isaiah Berlin - Freedom and It’s Betrayal: Six Enemies of Human Liberty Paul Stiles - Is The American Dream Killing You Christopher Blum - Critics of the Enlightenment: Readings In The French Counter-Revolutionary Tradition Darrin M. McMahon - Enemies of the Enlightenment: The French Counter-Enlightenment and The Making of Modernity Julius Evola - Fascism Viewed From The Right Colin Jordan - National Socialism Vanguard of the Future Yukio Mishima - The Sea of Fertility Arthur Penty - The Restoration of The Gild System Yukio Mishima - Hagakure: Samurai Ethic and Modern Japan Kerry Bolton - Revolution From Above Oswald Spengler - The Decline of The West Warren H. Carroll - The Last Crusade: Spain 1936 Nick Kollerstrom - How Britain Initiated Both World Wars Pasquale Romanelli - The Philosophy of Giovanni Gentile: An Inquiry Into Gentile's Conception of Experience F. H. Bradley - Appearance and Reality T. H. Green - Lectures on The Principles of Political Obligation. Anna Bramwell - Blood and soil: Richard Walther Darré and Hitler's "Green Party" Fascist Voices: Essays from the 'Fascist Quarterly Emile Durkheim - The Division of Labor In Society Gertrude M. Godden - Benito Mussolini: The Birth of the New Democracy John Mynard Keynes -The End of Laissez- Faire Roger Griffin - Fascism Zeev Sternhell - The Anti-Enlightenment Tradition F. H. Bradley - Appearance and Reality: A Metaphysical Essay Roger Scruton - The Aesthetics of Architecture Carl Schmitt - Legality and Legitimacy
>>1937 Michel Foucault - Discipline & Punish: The Birth of The Prison Kurt Eggers - Struggle and War Johannes Fritsche - Historical Destiny and National Socialism In Heidegger's Being and Time Yukio Mishima - The Temple of Dawn Carl Schmitt - The Leviathan In The State Theory of Thomas Hobbes: Meaning and Failure of A Political Symbol Arthur Penty - Guilds, Trade and Agriculture Yukio Mishima - The Decay of The Angel Anthony Giddens - Central Problems In Social Theory: Action, Structure, and Contradiction In Social Analysis Giovanni Gentile - The Reform of Education F.T. Marinetti - The Manifesto of Futurism Yukio Mishima - Confessions of A Mask Julius Evola - Men Among The Ruins Gilles Deleuze - Difference and Repetition Michel Foucault - The Archaeology of Knowledge and The Discourse on Language James Gregor - Marxism, Fascism, and Totalitarianism: Chapters in The Intellectual History of Radicalism Christopher Ferrara - Liberty, The God That Failed: Policing The Sacred and Constructing The Myths of The Secular State, From Locke to Obama Gustave Le Bon - The Crowd: A Study of The Popular Mind Fichte - The Science of Knowledge Bernard Bosanquet - A History of Aesthetic M. E. Moss - Mussolini's Fascist Philosopher: Giovanni Gentile Reconsidered Carl Schmitt - Dictatorship Alfred Rosenberg - The Party Program: Essence, Principles and Goals of The NSDAP Christopher Lasch - The Culture of Narcissism: American Life In An Age of Diminishing Expectations Benito Mussolini - Essays on Fascism Aristotle - Economics Jacques Derrida - Of Grammatology Heraclitus - Fragments Roger Scruton - Modern Culture Jean Bodin - Six Books of The Commonwealth Slavoj Žižek - First As Tragedy, Then As Farce Kerry Bolton - The Decline and Fall of Civilisations Nicole Machiavelli - The Prince Alfred Rosenberg - The Myth of The 20th Century Christopher Panza - Existentialism For Dummies Andrew Bowie - Aesthetics and Subjectivity: From Kant to Nietzche Werner Sombart - The jews and Modern Capitalism Julian Young - The Philosophies of Richard Wagner Jean-Michel Paul - The Economics of Discontent: From Failing Elites to The Rise of Populism Roger Griffin - Modernism and Fascism Joseph de Maistre - The Generative Principle of Political Constitutions: Studies on Sovereignty, Religion and Enlightenment Oswald Spengler - Men and Technics Joseph de Maistre - St Petersburg Dialogues: Or Conversations on The Temporal Government of Providence Guy Debord - Society of The Spectacle
>>1937 Plinio Correa de Oliveira - Revolution and Counter-Revolution Arthur Moeller Van Den Bruck - Germany's Third Empire Rik Peters - History as Thought and Action: The Philosophies of Croce, Gentile, de Ruggiero and Collingwood Yukio Mishima - The Temple of The Golden Pavilion Oswald Spengler - Prussianism and Socialism Joseph de Maistre - Against Rousseau Emilio Gentile - The Origins of Fascist Ideology 1918-1925 Roger Scruton - On Human Nature Oswald Spengler - The Hour of Decision James Gregor - Faces Of Janus: Marxism And Fascism In The Twentieth Century Reinhart Koselleck - Critique and Crisis: Enlightenment and The Pathogenesis of Modern Society Jean Baudrillard - America Nitzan Lebovic - The Philosophy of Life and Death: Ludwig Klages and The Rise of a Nazi Biopolitics José Ortega y Gasset - The Revolt of The Masses Aristotle - Rhetoric James Burnham - The Machiavellians: Defenders of Freedom Yukio Mishima - Death In Midsummer Yukio Mishima - The Sound of Waves Alain de Benoist - The Problem of Democracy Bertrand De Jouvenel - On Power: A Natural History of Its Growth Samuel T. Francis - Revolution From The Middle Alain de Benoist - Beyond Human Rights: Defending Freedoms Ragnar Redbeard - Might Is Right Diego Fusaro - Hegel and The Primacy of Politics: Taming The Wild Beast of The Market Werner Sombart - Economic Life In The Modern Age Anthony Giddens - Capitalism and Modern Social Theory: An Analysis of The Writings of Marx, Durkheim and Max Weber Friedrich Nietzsche - Genealogy of Morals Heraclitus - The Art and Thought of Heraclitus F. H. Bradley - The Principles if Logic
>>1937 James Gregor - Totalitarianism and Political Religion: An Intellectual History Friedrich Nietzsche - Will to Power Ernst Jünger - Storm of Steel Antonio Gramsci - The Conquest of The State Friedrich Georg Jünger - The Perfection of Technology Hastings Rashdall - Philosophy and Religion Arthur Schopenhauer - The World as Will and Representation Juan Donoso Cortés - Essays on Catholicism, Liberalism and Socialism; Considered In Their Fundamental Principles Dhirenda Mohan Datta - The Chief Currents of Contemporary Philosophy Isaiah Berlin - Three Critics of The Enlightenment T.S. Eliot - Christianity and Culture: The Ideal of a Christian Society and Notes Towards the Definition of Culture Patrick Deneen - Why Liberalism Failed Jose Antonio Primo de Rivera - Jose Antonio Primo de Rivera: Anthology of Speeches and Quotes James Gregor - Mussolini’s Intellectuals Fichte - Addresses to The German Nation Yukon Mishima - Sun and Steel Houston Stewart Chamberlain - The Foundations Of The Nineteenth Century Max Nordau - Degeneration Eduardo Soberana - Sparta and Its Law Léon de Poncins - Freemasonry & Judaism: The Secret Powers Behind Revolution Nicole Machiavelli - The Prince Marcus Cicero - De Officills Vilfredo Pareto - Mind and Society Slavoj Žižek - Violence Arthur Schopenhauer - Studies in Pessimism Thomas Aquinas - On Law, Morality, and Politics James Burnham - The Managerial Revolution: What is Happening In The World Martin Heidegger - German Existentialism Aristotle - On The Soul James Strachey Barnes - The Universal Aspects of Fascism Carl Schmitt - The Concept of The Political Hobbes - Leviathan Aleksandr Dugin - Martin Heidegger: The Philosophy of Another Beginning Anna Wierzbicka - Imprisoned In English: The Hazards of English As a Default Language Carl Schmitt - Political Theology David R. Olson - The Mind on Paper: Reading, Consciousness and Rationality John Neville Figgis - The Divine Right of Kings Alasdair MacIntyre - After Virtue Slavoj Žižek - Enjoy Your Symptom Jean Bodin - On Sovereignty Julius Evola - Notes on The Third Reich Larry Siedentop - Inventing the Individual: The Origins of Western Liberalism Carl Schmitt - The Crisis of Parliamentary Democracy Alfredo Rocco - The Political Doctrine of Fascism Gaetano Mosca - The Ruling Class Anna Cento Bull - Italian Neofascism: The Strategy of Tension and The Politics of Nonreconciliation
>>1937 Frederick C. Beiser - The Fate of Reason: German Philosophy From Kant to Fichte Arthur Moeller Van Den Bruck - Germany's Third Empire Vilfredo Pareto - Mind & Society Fichte - Fichte: Early Philosophical Writings Julius Evola - Metaphysics of War Robert R. Williams - Recognition: Fichte and Hegel on The Other Ernst Jünger - The Worker: Dominion and Form Bruce Haddock - Thought Thinking Julius Evola - Eros and The Mystery of Love Josiah Royce - Race Questions, Provincialism, and Other American Problems Eric Gans - The Origin of Language Julius Evola - A Traditionalist Confronts Fascism Slavoj Žižek - Organs Without Bodies Kurt Eggers - The Freedom of The Warrior Herbert Marcuse - One-Dimensional Man: Studies In The Ideology of Advanced Industrial Society Alfred Rosenberg - Race and Race History and Other Essays Fritz R. Stern - The Politics of Cultural Despair: A Study In The Rise of The Germanic Ideology Kurt Eggers - Hostility: German Thoughts Diego Fusaro - Hegel and The Primacy of Politics: Taming The Wild Beast of The Market Alfred Rosenberg - The Myth of The 20th Century Anthony Ludovici - A Defense of Aristocracy Adam Katz - Anthropomorphics: An Originally Grammar of The Center Friedrich Nietzsche - Thus Spoke Zarathustra
Samuel Huntington - Culture Matters: How Values Shape Human Progress Martin Heidegger - On The Way to Language C.A. Bond - Nemesis: The Jouvenelian vs. The Liberal Model of Human Orders Bronze Age Pervert - Bronze Age Mindset James Burnham - Suicide of The West: An Essay on The Meaning and Destiny of Liberalism Aleksandr Dugin - Political Platonism: The Philosophy of Politics Thomas Aquinas - On Being and Essence David Ohana - The Dawn of Political Nihilism Georges Sorel - The Illusion of Progress Arthur Kroker - The Will to Technology and The Culture of Nihilism: Heidegger, Marx, Nietzsche Eric Gans - Originary Thinking Martin Heidegger - Being and Time Bernardo Kastrup - The Idea of The World: A Multi-Disciplinary Argument For The Mental Nature of Reality Elizabeth Grosz - The Incorporeal: Ontology, Ethics, and The Limits of Materialism Ernst Jünger - On Pain Ted V. McAllister - Revolt Against Modernity: Leo Strauss, Eric Voegelin, and The Search For a Postliberal Order Diego Fusaro - The Place of Possibility: Toward a New Philosophy of Praxis Mark Fisher - Capitalist Realism: Is There No Alternative? Dr. Joseph Goebbels - Nature and Form of National Socialism Marshall Sahlins - On Kings David James - Fichte’s Republic: Idealism, History and Nationalism Benjamin Lee Whorf - Language, Thought, and Reality
Franco Freda - The Disintegration of The System Adam Katz - Postmodernism and The Politics of Culture Eric Gans - Signs of Paradox Eric Gans - The End of Culture: Toward A Generative Anthropology Melissa Bowerman - Language Acquisition and Conceptual Development David A Ciepley - Beyond Public and Private: Toward abPolitical Theory of The Corporation J. K. Bluntschli - The Theory of The State Kenneth Minogue - The Liberal Mind Kurt Eggers - The Warrior Revolution Alfred Rosenberg - Blood and Honor Hans F.K. Gunther - The Religious Attitudes of The Indo-Europeans Alain Badiou - Being and Event Ludwig Klages - The Biocentric Worldview Josiah Royce - The Philosophy of Loyalty Michael J. Sandel - What Money Can't Buy: The Moral Limits of Markets Martin Heidegger - The Phenomenology of a Religious Life Jose Ortega y Gasset - On Love: Aspects of a Single Theme FT Marinetti - Selected Poems and Related Prose Jean Baudrillard - Simulacra and Simulation Jean Baudrillard - Forget Foucault Eva Brann - Logos of Heraclitus Roger Scruton - The Uses of Pessimism Emilio Gentile - The Sacralization of Politics in Faacist Italy Alain De Benoist - Runes and the Origins of Writing Eric Gans - A New Way of Thinking: Generative Anthropology in Religion, Philosophy, Art Robert Greene - 48 Laws of Power Georges Sorel - The Illusions of Progress Arthur Gobineau - The Inequality of Human Races Friedrich Nietzsche - On Truth and Lies In A Nonmoral Sense Martin Heidegger - Plato's Sophist Christian Moevs - Metaphysics of Dante's Comedy John A. Lucy - Language Diversity and Thought: A Reformulation of The Linguistic Relativity Hypothesi Ernst Jünger - On The Marble Cliffs Ernst Von Salomon - It Cannot Be Stormed Charles Maurras - The Future of the Intelligentsia & For A French Awakening Dexter Roberts - Myth of Chinese Capitalism: The Worker, the Factory, and the Future of the World Christian J. Emden - Nietzsche on Language, Consciousness, and The Body Roger Griffin - The Nature of Fascism Donald E Hall - Muscular Christianity Martin Heidegger - Existence and Being James Gregor - Giovanni Gentile: Philosopher of Fascism Rupert J Ederer - Pope Pius XII on the Economic Order
Martin Heidegger - Poetry, Language, Thought Richard Wolin - Seduction of Unreason: The Intellectual Romance with Fascism from Nietzsche to Postmodernism Edward Bernays - Propaganda Giovanni Gentile - The Philosophy of Marx Pope Leo XIII - Rerum Novarum Hilaire Belloc - The Servile State G.D.H. Cole - Guild Socialism re-Stated Kurt Eggers - Live Bravely and Die Courageously Raoul Eshelman - Performatism, or The End of Postmodernism Gottfried Feder - The German State on a National and Socialist Foundation Louis Althusser - The Reproduction of Capitalism: Ideology and Ideological State Apparatuses Henri Bergson - Time and Free Will Samuel George Hobson - Guild Principles In War and Peace Lawrence Dennis - The Coming American Fascism David R. Olson - The Mind on Paper: Reading, Consciousness and Rationality H. R. Morgan - Fascism: The Total Society Ferdinand Tonnies - Community and Society Armin Mohler - The Conservative Revolution in Germany Jose Antonio Primo de Rivera - Selected Writings Christopher H. Achen & Larry M. Bartels - Democracy for Realists: Why Elections Do Not Produce Responsive Government Aleksandr Dugin - Martin Heidegger: The Philosophy of Another Beginning Christian Smith - The Sacred Project of American Sociology William Cavanaugh - The Myth of Religious Violence Sam Francis - Leviathan and its Enemies Martin Heidegger - Four Seminars J. L. Talmon - The Origins of Totalitarian Democracy Renzo de Felice - Interpretations of Fascism Arthur Penty - A Guildsman’s Interpretation of History Thomas Aquinas - Selected Political Writings The Best of Augustine: Selections From The Writings of St Augustine of Hippo Roger Scruton - Beauty Eugen Weber - Varieties of Fascism: Doctrines of Revolution In The Twentieth Century Patrick Buchanan - Where The Right Went Wong Jacques Ellul - Money and Power Josiah Royce - Metaphysics Lawrence H. Keeley - War Before Civilization Josiah Royce - The Philosophy of Loyalty Nevin Gussack - The Nazi War Against Capitalism John J. Mearsheimer - The Great Delusion: Liberal Dreams and International Realities Jacques Ellul - Propaganda: The Formation of Men's Attitudes Theodore Kaczynski - Technological Slavery Mikhail Bukinin - Letters to a Frenchman on The Present Crisis Jose Antonio Primo de Rivera - Jose Antonio Primo de Rivera: The Foundations of the Spanish Phalanx: Biography & Ideology Jeffrey Sachs - The Ages of Globalization: Geography, Technology, and Institutions. Jacques Ellul - The Betrayal of the West Abir Taha - Nietzsche, Prophet of Nazism : The Cult of The Superman; Unveiling The Nazi Secret Doctrine H. R. Morgan - Fascism, Integralism and the Corporative Society Jonathan Spiro - Defending The Master Race: Conservation, Eugenics, and The Legacy of Madison Grant Ernst Jünger - The Worker: Dominion and Form Stephen Pax Leonard - Travels In Cultural Nihilism: Some Essays Steven Pinker - The Blank Slate: The Modern Denial of Human Nature Kenneth Minogue - The Servile Mind: How Democracy Erodes the Moral Life Mircea Eliade - The Sacred and The Profane John Dunn - Traditionalism: The Only Radicalism: A New Mytho’s For Modern Heretics H. R. Morgan - Fascism, and The Doctrine of National Socialism Adolf Hitler - Mein Kampf Gertrude M. Godden - Benito Mussolini: The Birth of The New Democracy John J. Tinghino - Edmondo Rossoni: From Revolutionary Syndicalism to Fascism Frederick C. Beiser - German Idealism: The Struggle against Subjectivism, 1781–1801 Martin Heidegger - Contributions to Philosophy James Wakefield - Giovanni Gentile and The State of Contemporary Constructivism: A Study of Actual Idealist Moral Theory Edward Bernays - Crystallizing Public Opinion Samuel George Hobson - National Guilds and The State Giovanni Gentile - The Philosophic Basis of Fascism Edouard d'Araille - 'Giovanni Gentile' - An Introductory Essay to The Theory of Mind As Pure Act' Roger Scruton - The Soul of The World Robert Michels - Political Parties Henri Bergson - The Creative Evolution Michael Arthur Ledeen - Universal Fascism: The Theory and Practice of The Fascist International James Gregor - Phoenix: Fascisim In Our Time Emilio Gentile - The Struggle for Modernity Roger Griffin - A Fascist Century Sorry for the terrible formatting.
(1) Metaphysics of War by Julius Evola (2) Automation: Problem and Solution by Oswald Mosley (3) The Fame of a Dead Man's Deeds by Robert S. Griffin (book on Pierce) (4) Who We Are by Dr. William Pierce (5) My Life by Oswald Mosley
Where do you guys order your books from? I'm getting tired of reading ebooks, and it's easier for me to finish a physical book.
>>2110 Forgot to name them: -Next Leap -A Squire's Trial -Hammer of the Patriot -Path of Gods -Zero Tolerance
>>2105 Honestly I still order almost everything from Amazon. Most of my bad goy books I ordered there a few years ago before they really removed a lot of their good stuff. Some good stuff can still be found there occasionally that they overlook, and barring that I’ve ordered some stuff from Barnes and Noble that Amazon had banned such as Culture of Critique, Rosenberg’s Track of the jew Through the Ages, etc. I haven’t ordered any lit like this in a while though since I really already own the fundamentals but if I were to I’d probably be looking into places like these: https://counter-currents.com/books/ https://www.noontidepress.com https://ostarapublications.com I have yet to have bought *directly* from any of these, but I do own books published by all of these and am happy with their editions, personally. I think you can find a lot of good content there
>>2148 No it isn't, shill elsewhere.
Where can i find the New Awakening Gateway Server? What is it?
Are there any good books on Race? As well as the ones that offer a good rebuttal to all the anti-race retardation.
>>2278 Race and Intelligence The g-Factor by Arthur Jensen Bias in Mental Testing by Arthur Jensen A Troublesome Inheritance by Nicholas Wade The Bell Curve by Richard Herrnstein & Charles Murray Race Differences in Intelligence by Richard Lynn Race Differences in Psychopathic Personality by Richard Lynn Why Race Matters by Michael Levin Race: The Reality of Human Differences by Sarich and Miele RACE by John Baker Race, Evolution and Behavior by J.P. Rushton The End of Racism by Dinesh D’Souza The Testing of Negro Intelligence by Audrey Shuey The Neuroscience of Intelligence by Richard Haier The Affirmative Action Hoax by Steve Farron Making Sense of Heritability by Neven Sesardic Human Biodiversity by Charles Murray Evolutionary Psychology The Evolution of Desire by David Buss A Natural History of Rape by Palmhill and Thorner Understanding Human History by Michael Hart Culture of Critique by Kevin MacDonald General Topics Biology of Personality and Individual Differences by Turhan Cali Race & Sex Differences in Intelligence and Personality by Richard Lynn Same-Sex Parenting Research: A Critical Assessment by Walter R. Schumm
>>2295 Whether you'll understand them properly or not is up to you.
>>2295 >>2296 Thank you so much.
>>2295 >The End of Racism by Dinesh D’Souza >unironically
>>2375 It gives insight on how complete outsiders view the race problem in western countries. And you can be prepared more aptly against outsiders who're better than their own group.
>>2415 You got a good point. But I think said outsiders who are better than their in group can be seen as either one of two things - they are still dumb to think White man is bad. Or they know who truly controls things.
Ben Klassen Nature's Eternal Religion
Gottfried Feder The Programme of The NSDAP
Is Christian theology worth reading to understand god?
>>2738 Maybe some of it, provided that it's actually approaching the matter philosophically and not just dogmatically through quoting scripture. I would not limit yourself to Christian theology though. Many non-Christians have reached many of the same conclusions relating to God, even thousands of years before Christians ever did.
>>2738 You'd learn more by sitting in a secluded spot within a forest for a few hours.
>>2759 Probably true honestly. Meditate somewhere quietly.
>>2738 The Abrahamic worldview of God is retarded since most of it comes from a huge amount of coping and reinterpretation over tons of different eras. Even the Kabbalah is more sensical as it breaks away from kike tradition. Start with the Bhagavad Gita and try to move your way through Plato, and the Avesta.
>>2738 Both >>2759 and >>2776 give good answers. In truth (and Abrahamists hate to admit this), the intellectual foundations of Christian theology are completely built on the works of Plato, Aristotle, Plotinus, etc. and other philosophers of this class. If this was stripped away Christianity would certainly be very, very intellectual impoverished. So to start with the very foundations of philosophy itself is a very good suggestion. In doing this, you will quickly see that certain ideas are not Christian at all, but far predate Christianity / Judaism. The Bhagavad Gita is another essential text, as the other anon says. If you are only to read a couple of things from the East, this should be one of them. Personally I have read it three or four times now, and with each rereading I appreciate it more and more, and actually grasp it a bit better, so it is very good. I believe that being familiar with at least some of the Upanishads is worth it too. Sometimes they are extremely difficult to make sense of what is being said, other times they are quite lucid. These too benefit from re-reading. >>2776 I have yet to read the Avesta unfortunately. Do you happen to know a good translation or anything?
>>2780 Avesta.org is really the only good one. Start with the Yasht's and work your way up. The Venidad is basically extra-canonical work.
>>2799 Thanks, anon. It's about time I checked this stuff out.
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>>2759 >>2760 >Zarathushtra seeks silent, solitary seclusion. Solitude is nature's sublime temple where spirit can commune with spirit in the surrounding silence and unruffled calm. Mountains lift their heads majestically on the Iranian plateau, and Zarathushtra retreated into the mountain fastness. Here, far removed from the stress and strife of life, and with no human sound to distract his thoughts, he made his home. He breathed the refreshing air. The twittering and chirping and whistling and singing of birds filled the air. Here the earth and waters, birds and beasts, sun and moon, stars and planets worked as his teachers. He read some lesson, some message written by the hand of the maker of all on every pebble and every leaf, every dewdrop and every sunbeam, in every star and every planet. Here he plunged into a reverie or gazed into vacancy. The calm atmosphere is conducive to communion, and here, in the monastic void; he communed with nature which inspired solemn thoughts in him. He communed with his mind and he communed with his inner self. He thought and he reasoned, he cogitated and he contemplated, he mused and he dreamed. He meditated upon the essence of divinity, the anomalies of life, and the human destiny after death. Here in this great and glorious temple of nature, built by divine hands, his eyes of spirit saw what the eyes of flesh could not see. Here in the sublime sanctuary spoke the solemn voice of [15] the divine vicar and he heard it. Zarathushtra's creative mind evolved the highest conception of godhead, whom he named Ahura Mazda or the Wise Lord. http://avesta.org/dhalla/dhalla1.htm#chap3
>>2816 >Solitude is nature's sublime temple where spirit can commune with spirit in the surrounding silence and unruffled calm. This, from my experience, should be the main takeaway. For me what did the trick was walking to my school bus stop on a snowy, foggy day, without knowing it was called off, decades ago. For some reason, lying there in the snow all alone for a couple hours in absolute stillness in a circle of fog and snow, freezing my little digits off, awakened an exceedingly stubborn sense of right and wrong, which has given me a lifelong immunity to jewish tricks. The "blood whispers", if you will. I have had no need for any sort of religion because I know I'm part of this "god" which came unbidden that day. I suppose I should actually read the rest of this stuff someday and look for more parallels. The other thing that sticks in my mind about this, is that in a book by Hitler's friend, Adolf was said to enter the forest and come out later possessed of something even stronger.
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>>2846 >lying there in the snow all alone for a couple hours in absolute stillness in a circle of fog and snow, freezing my little digits off, awakened an exceedingly stubborn sense of right and wrong, which has given me a lifelong immunity to jewish tricks That's fascinating. I imagine a winter day would be the best time for this as well. I unfortunately have not had an experience like the one you describe yet, but I can remember from my childhood romping around in the woods during the day when fresh snow had fallen how perfectly still and calm everything seemed when you just stopped moving and talking for a moment. I can also remember some times when I have walked around when it is snowing lightly with no one else around, and everything feels almost dreamlike at times. I wish I had stopped and just stood still for a time. I will have to do this the next opportunity I get. > I have had no need for any sort of religion because I know I'm part of this "god" which came unbidden that day. You are almost surely more religious than any Christcuck who just parrots what his book says. Direct experience transcends any form of dry dogmatism codified by people who have not had said experiences, even though the original founders of a given tradition may have. I imagine that you would find some interesting parallels if you dug around though "The language of God is silence, all else is poor translation"


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