We all use mythical language, although we seldom admit it. In contrast to concepts which are the hallmarks of modern discourse, myths are based on images and symbolic forms of speech. In the mythmaking narrative images change and vary over historical time and place although their driving force remains constant in the identity building process […]
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Intro: Below is my essay published first in 1995 in quarterly CLIO (A Journal of Literature, History, and the Philosophy of History). In view of century-long and still ongoing scholarly disputes about the genesis of totalitarian temptations, intellectual repressions, as well as modern “wokeism” in the EU and US – it may be worthwhile to […]
Tomislav Sunic, TOO, 25.4.2023 Hier, j’ai été banni de Twitter, en même temps que Kevin MacDonald et James Edwards. Je suppose qu’aux Etats-Unis bien d’autres « gêneurs » ont été également bannis ce jour-là. Absolument aucune explication n’a été fournie pour ce blocage. Je dois avouer que je n’ai jamais écrit de tweets élogieux sur la […]
I was purged from the twitter the same day, yesterday, as Kevin MacDonald and James Edwards – I suspect along countless other “deplorables” in the USA who were shut down probably the same day. No explanation was given, no nothing. I must confess I did not write laudatory tweets about antifa multiracial diversity; nor did […]
Book Review of The Honorable Cause: A Free South (2023) Padraig Martin, editor From a faraway European perspective, it may sound odd to reminisce about the tragic history of the post-bellum South. College books in the US and EU still portray the South in an anecdotal, quasi–Wild West manner, the North being depicted as the […]
Politics is the art of comparing. Experts in foreign policy, let alone self-proclaimed savants, when projecting the end results of the ongoing conflict between Russia and Ukraine are inclined to draw historical parallels, deluding themselves often into self-serving conclusions. For that matter, it’s easier for a historian to deliver his judgments on a past political […]