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The Fukuyama Thesis, Thirty Years On

The Fukuyama Thesis, Thirty Years On by Mark Wegierski Initial drafts of this response to Fukuyama’s article go back to November 1989. Francis Fukuyama, ‘The End of History?’, The National Interest no 16 (Summer 1989), pp. 3-1; and Alan Bloom, et al. ‘Responses … Continue reading

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Oakeshott’s World View, Part 2

Oakeshott’s World View, Part 2 Noel O’Sullivan (ed) The Place of Michael Oakeshott in Contemporary Western and Non-western Thought, Imprint Academic, 2017; £19.95; pbk; 197 pages, reviewed in three parts by ALLAN POND [This collection includes some of the papers … Continue reading

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The Problem of Hegemony

The Problem of Hegemony Gerry Dorrian on The New European “What first attracted you to the millionaire Paul Daniels?” Debbie McGhee, the magician’s wife, was famously asked by Mrs Merton, as played by the late Caroline Aherne. So famously, in fact, that her reply, … Continue reading

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The West: Its Legacy and Possible Future

The West: Its Legacy and Possible Future Mark Wegierski considers unfolding developments in America, Europe and the Middle East The following essay is a 2015 iteration of the draft of a presentation read at the 2012 Telos in Europe L’Aquila … Continue reading

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Slavoj Zizek – the Left’s visionary of violence

Slavoj Žižek – visionary of violence HENRY HOPWOOD-PHILLIPS examines one of today’s most lionized Leftists Born in 1949 to an economist and an accountant in Ljubljana, Slovenia, Slavoj Žižek is a cultural critic renowned for his innovative interpretations of the … Continue reading

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