The New Prometheans

The New Prometheans

by John Bruce Leonard

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Overview

We stand at the close of the Modern Era. The Enlightenment ideologies which have guided and misguided the West for the past five hundred years are reaching their final terminus, and a new era is threatening behind the horizon.

This, a time of great promise, is also one of unprecedented dangers. The European spirit which has guided entire continents of the world for long centuries stands on the brink of self-elimination, poisoned by shame, timidity and mediocrity. Only a new cultural and socio-political vision can break this spell and reawaken the sense of destiny in Europe’s sons and daughters.

The New Prometheans is a brave exploration of the terrain of our times, and an attempt to determine the borders, if not to penetrate, the terra incognita of the future, as a summons to the children of the Occident to become the forgers of a higher tomorrow.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781912975136
Publisher: Arktos Media Ltd
Publication date: 07/01/2019
Pages: 308
Sales rank: 562,872
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.69(d)

About the Author

John Bruce Leonard is editor-in-chief of Arktos Media, Ltd. and Arktos Journal, to which he frequently contributes. He has translated two titles by Italian Traditionalist Julius Evola into English - Recognitions (Arktos 2017) and The Myth of the Blood (Arktos 2018). He is a student of political philosophy and Western culture.

Table of Contents

Preface

Part One

1. Progress or Conserve?

I. The Long Leftward Shift and

the Death of the Conventional Right

II. The New Right in Silhouette

Part Two

1. Is the New Right Radical?

2. That Custom Is the Ground of Law

3. Ethos and Ethnos

Part Three

1. Is the New Right Extremist?

2. Equality or Liberty

3. On Self-Mastery

4. The New Prometheans

5. Lessons from Demonland

Part Four

1. Is the New Right Reactionary?

2. On Genocide

3. The Twilight of Tolerance

Part V

1. The Political Dilemma of the New Right

2. The Sword of Damocles

3. Politics and the English Language

4. Freedom’s Core

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