Max Scheler’s ‘Ressentiment’

A recommendation from fellow Social Matter¬†regular, Thomas Barghest, I had never heard of Scheler before. He was a German-born author who made huge contributions to the study of phenomenology, and to a lesser extent ethics, who won the praise of Martin Heidegger. Born to ¬†Lutheran father and a Jewish mother, he would come to embrace…

Urgency Vs. Centrality

It’s not as if the question of where HBD and racial issues factor into Reactionary thought had only just arisen in the last couple of months, but certainly in the wake of Trump’s victory and the subsequent events within the AltRight and outside of it, there is something of a compelling case to be made…

The World is Reborn in Bethlehem

I certainly have been neglectful this past year, especially in the latter few months, being unable to keep up with all the goings-on in the sphere. Unfortunate amounts of work have prevented me from being as engaged as I otherwise would have liked to be, and for that I apologize. When the current period of…

Millenniyule

What a year it has been. I’ve never experienced one pass so quickly before my eyes, and indeed with such quakes and unexpected events, both in terms of the macrocosmic world of politics and international intrigue, but also among this ‘community’ of the like-minded. I joined the now slightly world famous Millennial Woes for 2…

Through The Eye Of The Nadir

Perhaps it is best to round off another year with something of a sobering contemplation, not a black pill, but the transposition of a theoretical framework and an experiential realization. For a long time, possibly since I began this journey in 2014, I had never held the level of confidence in schemes that some others…

The Russian Moment

Once again it is my honor to be published by the esteemed Katehon think tank. This is more than a summary of the past month’s events as they pertain to Russia, but also a broadside directive on how Russia should move strategically to advance the goal of ensuring its security vis-a-vis Europe. This requires an…