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Apocalypse, When?

Apocalypse, When? Pentti Linkola, Can Life Prevail?, 2011, Arktos Media, 204pp. trans. Eetu Rautio, hardback, £28, ISBN 1907166637, reviewed by Ed Dutton Every Finnish academic seems to have heard of Pentti Linkola (b. 1932), but he’s almost unknown outside the country’s … Continue reading

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A Donald, for the Educated Reader

A Donald, for the Educated Reader Jordan B. Peterson (2018), 12 Rules for Life: An Antidote to Chaos, Allen Lane, 409pp. hardback, £20, reviewed by Dr Ed Dutton   The Canadian psychologist Jordan Peterson exploded onto the mainstream in the … Continue reading

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First in Beauty, First in Might

First in Beauty, First in Might Gerry Dorrian shoots the messenger How to Judge People by What they Look Like, by Edward Dutton (ebook), £5.00, 2017, 106 pp (standard paperback page equivalent), Available from Amazon, reviewed by GERRY DORRIAN It … Continue reading

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Hemlock, on Tap

Hemlock, on Tap Ed Dutton endorses a brave and timely tome Academic Freedom in an Age of Conformity, by Joanna Williams, Palgrave Macmillan, 2017, PB., 217pp.   Like a dramatist building to a climax, Joanna Williams, education lecturer at the University … Continue reading

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Race Differences in Sporting Achievement

Race Differences in Sporting Achievement Frank Ellis considers a compelling analysis Subjected to different evolutionary pressures because they emerged in different parts of the world, racial groups demonstrate superior and inferior levels of attainment in various sporting endeavours. Such is … Continue reading

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Keep it in the Family

Keep it in the Family Ed Dutton assesses a pioneering thinker The Life History Approach to Human Differences: A Tribute to J. Philippe Rushton, Helmuth Nyborg (Ed.), 2015, London: Ulster Institute for Social Research, 369pp. £20 (paperback), £5 (e-book). J. Philippe … Continue reading

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Tsar Putin’s Pobedonostsev

 Tsar Putin’s Pobedonostsev* Ed Dutton reviews a timely analysis of Russian ideologue Alexander Dugin ‘The American Empire Should Be Destroyed’: Alexander Dugin and the Perils of Immanentized Eschatology, James D. Heiser, Repristination Press, 211pp. 2014 Alexander Dugin is little known … Continue reading

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