The Lost Philosopher: The Best of Anthony Ludovici

Ludovici, Anthony M. (author), (author)
Day, John V. (editor)

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Selected writings of the British 20th century proponent of anti-egalitarianism.


Anthony Mario Ludovici, (January 8, 1882 ? April 3, 1971) was an English philosopher, Nietzschean sociologist and social critic. He is best known, perhaps, as a proponent of anti-egalitarianism, and in the early 20th century was a leading British author. He wrote on subjects including metaphysics, politics, economics, religion, the differences between the sexes, race and eugenics. Ludovici began his career as an artist, painting and illustrating books. He became private secretary to sculptor Auguste Rodin. Ultimately, he would turn towards writing, with over 40 books as author, and translating over 60 others.

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Author Ludovici, Anthony M. (author),
Contributors Day, John V. (editor)
Format Paperback
Publisher ETSF, Inc.
Edition 1st
Date or Year of Publication / Release 2003
Pagination 308
ISBN 0-9746264-1-4
Condition No

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