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  1. The Problem of Democracy by Alain de Benoist

    The Problem of Democracy

    Benoist, Alain de (author)
    Sunic, Tomislav (foreword)

    £10.99

    De Benoist shows how democracy is, contrary to what some critics have claimed, something which has been a part of our civilisation from the beginning. The problem, he says, is not the notion of democracy in itself, but rather the current understanding of the term which, instead of empowering the individual, reduces him to little more than a cog in a machine over which he has no control, and in which the direction is set by politicians with little genuine accountability. De Benoist proposes that effective democracy would mean a return to an understanding of citizenship as being tied to one's belonging to a specific political community based on shared values and common historical ties, while doing away with the liberal notion of the delegation of sovereignty to elected representatives. The type of government which is called for is thus a return to the form of government widely understood in Antiquity, but which now seems to us to be a revolutionary notion. Learn More
  2. Manifesto for a European Renaissance by Alain de Benoist and Charles Champetier [PAPERBACK]

    Manifesto for a European Renaissance [PAPERBACK]

    Benoist, Alain de and Charles Charpentier (author)

    £5.99

    This manifesto remains the only attempt to date by GRECE, the primary New Right organization in France, to summarize its principles and key concepts. It was written in 1999 by Alain de Benoist, GRECE's founder, and Charles Champetier on the occasion of GRECE's thirtieth anniversary. It offers a strong argument in favor of the right to difference among cultures and civilizations, and the right of peoples to defend themselves from cultural homogenization. It also offers a vision of a regenerated Europe which will find its strength in a return to its authentic values and traditions, in opposition to the new imperialism of multiculturalism and the global marketplace.

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  3. Jonathan Bowden, Blood (London: The Palingenesis Project, 2016)

    Blood

    Bowden, Jonathan (author)

    £15.00

    Blood covers a wide range of topics, including Western Marxism and Louis Althusser, the psychology of Satanism, National Socialism, the conduct of war, virtual reality, the adoption within the art world of Left-wing norms, the Situationist International, Stuart Home, Wyndham Lewis, and the tensions between art and totalitarian politics. The book ends with brief commentaries on then topical events: the Los Angeles Riots of 1992 and the death of British artist Francis Bacon. This is not an essay in any conventional sense, but rather a succession of fervid and unpredictable snapshots that accrete into a panoramic overview of Western civilisation in the 20th century. Learn More
  4. Axe by Jonathan Bowden

    Axe

    Bowden, Jonathan (author)
    Alex Kurtagic (foreword)

    £16.49

    Axe begins with the Right and ends with conservatism, but it is largely a commentary on art, literature, and intellectuals on the Left. Bowden begins with a criticism of Wyndham Lewis and then builds a catena of digressions, whose topics include Andrea Mantegna, J. G. Ballard, Stephen King, a foray into personal memoir, Jean Baudrillard, the New Left, Jean-Paul Sartre, Albert Camus, and Roberto D'Aubuisson. Throughout his commentary, Bowden compares the meaning and approaches of the Right against those of the Left in the intersection between modern politics and culture. This is not an essay in any conventional sense, but rather a succession of fervid and unpredictable snapshots that acrete into a grotesque panorama of Western civilisation in the 20th century.

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  5. Jonathan Bowden's Demon

    Demon

    Bowden, Jonathan (author)

    £16.49

    In Demon, Jonathan explores the topic of Jack the Ripper, the brutal serial killer from the foggy and pestilential backstreets of London, who savagely slaughtered and mutilated a string of prostitutes in the late Victorian era, and who later vanished, having never been identified by the police. The book begins with a survey of the different theories as to the killer’s identity—from royals to Freemasons—and ends with a free-flowing discussion on the relationship between art and crime—a subject matter which, as an outsider artist, and as one with an interest in all that is primal, nihilistic, and dark in the soul of man, was of enduring fascination for this unique author. Demon is not an essay in any conventional sense. The present edition incorporates the author’s hand-written corrections to the text.

    The cover artwork is by Alex Kurtagic and depicts Jonathan in the role of Jack the Ripper. As those who knew him will remember, Jonathan enjoyed being perceived as a demonic figure and chose to play villains in his films.

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  6. Jonathan Bowden - Right (2016) - Annotated Second Edition

    Right

    Bowden, Jonathan (author)
    Stuart Millson (Forewords), Alex Kurtagic (Notes)

    £15.99

    Jonathan Bowden's effort to clarify the political Right for the contemporary era. Learn More
  7. TYR: Myth, Culture, Tradition: 3

    TYR: Myth, Culture, Tradition: 3

    Buckley, Joshua and Moynihan, Michael (Editors) (author)

    £19.99

    Published annually, TYR celebrates the traditional myths, culture, and social institutions of pre-Christian, pre-modern Europe. It includes in-depth, original articles, interviews, translations of essential works by radical traditionalist and anti-modern thinkers, as well as extensive reviews of books, films, music, and the arts. Learn More
  8. The Wagnerian Drama by Ho

    The Wagnerian Drama

    Chamberlain, Houston Stewart (author)

    £22.99

    Houston Stewart Chamberlain attended his fi rst Wagner opera at the age of 23. Though disappointed, he was undeterred, and soon became completely immersed Wagner’s work, going on to become the intellectual leader of the Bayreuth Circle, centred on the composer’s widow; Wagner’s biographer; and, in 1909, Wagner’s son-in-law. Published in 1892, The Wagnerian Drama was Chamberlain’s first book. The work builds on his previous essays commenting on individual Wagner operas—‘Notes sur Lohengrin’ (1882), his first published essay; ‘Notes sur Parsifal’ (1886); ‘Notes sur Tristan’ (1887); and ‘Die Sprache in Tristan und Isolde und ihr Verhältnis zur Musik’ (1888)—and is a commentary on the whole of Wagner’s dramatic work, focusing on its heroic Germanic elements, and intended to inspire a deeper appreciation for the great master. The Wagnerian Drama was self-fi nanced, and went unnoticed upon initial publication, selling only fi ve copies altogether, which were bought by the author himself. Nevertheless, it would eventually go through six German editions during Chamberlain’s lifetime and would see translations into French, Catalan, English, Spanish, and Italian. This second English edition comes 90 years after the fi rst, and is the first with a Cover artwork by Alex Kurtagic nnotations and an index. Learn More
  9. Aryan Worldview by Houston Stewart Chamberlain

    Aryan Worldview

    Chamberlain, Houston Stewart (author)
    Hadding Scott (translator)

    £15.99

    In Aryan Worldview Houston Chamberlain discusses the importance of Indology in the effort to gain deeper insight into the essence of Indo-European thought. Rendered in a superbly clear translation, this is the first official English-language edition of Chamberlain's text since its original publication in German in 1905. With a translator's foreword, footnotes, and a full index, this volume will serve as a reference for both students and scholars alike.

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  10. Summoning the Gods: Essays on Paganism in a God-Forsaken World by Collin Cleary

    Summoning the Gods: Essays on Paganism in a God-Forsaken World

    Collin Cleary (author)
    Greg Johnson (introduction)

    £13.99

    Neo-paganism is the attempt to revive the polytheistic religions of old Europe. But how? Can one just invent or reinvent an authentic, living faith? Or are modern neo-pagans just engaged in elaborate role-playing games?

    In Summoning the Gods, Collin Cleary argues that the gods have not died or forsaken us so much as we have died to or forsaken them. Modern civilization—including much of modern neo-paganism—springs from a mindset that closes man off to the divine and traps us in a world of our own creations. Drawing upon sources from Taoism to Heidegger, Collin Cleary describes how we can attain an attitude of openness that may allow the gods to return.

    In these nine wide-ranging essays, Collin Cleary also explores the Nordic pagan tradition, Tantrism, the writings of Alain de Benoist, Karl Maria Wiligut, and Alejandro Jodorowsky, and Patrick McGoohan’s classic television series The Prisoner. Cleary’s essays are models of how to combine clarity and wit with spiritual depth and intellectual sophistication.

    Summoning the Gods establishes Collin Cleary as one of the leading intellectual lights of contemporary neo-paganism.

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