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The Irreligious Right

In a series of short but incisive essays, Matthew Rose, a frequent contributor to First Things, examines five thinkers of the radical right: ­Oswald Spengler, Julius Evola, ­Francis ­Yockey, Alain de Benoist, and Samuel Francis. Why study a set of thinkers with dubious ideas, whose lives contain . . . . Continue Reading »

Pixelated Souls

The great liberal thinkers who devised our constitutional order were responding to a seventeenth-century problem, most sharply diagnosed by Thomas Hobbes. The English, Hobbes said, were “seeing double”—divided, both personally and politically, by conflicting allegiances to Christ and King. . . . . Continue Reading »

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