Counter-Currents has agreed to serialize the paper I have been co-writing with Nick Fiorello on the links between bodily and conceptual vitality. Part One, examining the ideas of the Fascist ethical and organic state, is now available. Part Two, which details the lengths to which Lycurgan Sparta went to ensure the nobility of its citizenry, will be available next week. Part Three will examine how epigenetics comes to the same conclusions as both Mussolini and Lycurgus. And, Part Four will be Nietzsche’s trumping of them all, stating with boldness and clarity the importance of bodily vitality for noble, aristocratic, and radical conception downright free of the taint of modernity.
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Ph.D. in Anthropology from City University of New York Graduate Center (2011); M.A. in African-American and African Studies from The Ohio State University (2000); B.S. in Communications from Florida State University (1993). Published academic author. Research Interests include Race, Culture, and Racism in American and Italy; Liberalism and Global Capitalism; Classical History and Counter-Modern Ethics; American Hardcore Music and Ethics; Skinhead Culture; Traditionalism; The European New Right and Political Philosophy; Counter-Enlightenment Thought and the Morality of Truth; Sport and Ethics of Violence; Jazz, Black Power, and Bourgeois Liberation. View all posts by markdyal