5. Certainly against the passive, slavish, and moral Last Man, Mussolini proposed a new form of productive and warring nobility; but he also knew that the content of such noble humanity was exceedingly rare, and that the expression that gave rise to its form – namely trincerocrazia (trenchocracy) – was only an answer to democrazia […]Read More The Fabulation
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, […]Read More Recently Published: Mussolini’s New Fascist Man
This is a small excerpt from an upcoming paper. I just love the Arditi. They, along with the Decima Mas and Brigate Nere of the RSI, are the best examples of what a fascist man is supposed to be: courageous, strong, proud, violent, and honorable. In a pre-war attack on Socialist and bourgeois neutralists, Mussolini […]Read More Brief Thoughts on the Arditi
Anyone looking for motivation to join us truly critical intellectuals in the New Right, consider this: the paper on the links between conceptual and bodily vitality, for which I’ve been diligently gathering notes for weeks, is finally being written. I just finished the introduction. (Anyone who has written an academic paper – no mere essay […]Read More Come on men! Be what you could have been!