Tag Archives: Traditionalism

Practising Grant’s Philosophy

Practising Grant’s Philosophy by Mark Wegierski 2018 marks the centenary of the birth of George Parkin Grant. Thirty years since his passing, he remains Canada’s most prominent traditionalist philosopher. But is there still a place for Grantian-type traditionalism in current-day Canada? … Continue reading

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Manifesto for the Earth

Manifesto for the Earth Mark Wegierski envisages the convergence of ecology and traditionalism What would be the policy implications of a radical ecological stance? There would presumably have to be rationing of water, of “petrochem” (resulting in the near-elimination of … Continue reading

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Traditionalism and Ecology

Traditionalism and Ecology  Timely reflections from Mark Wegierski, on Earth Day, 2016 This is a sketch of a synthesis of ecological issues with notions of culture and tradition. What are some of the affinities between traditionalist and ecological thinking? The United … 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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