Jonathan Bowden joins Richard to discuss Friedrich Nietzsche – one of the most reviled, admired, and misunderstood philosophers of our time.
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@Matar Judios that’s a great book! I actually gave to Richard once as a gift.
Richard, a book recommendation for you:
“History and Utopia” by the reactionary Franco-Romanian thinker (philosopher) E.M. Cioran.
You will thank me!
It would be good if you can post the original interview dates of these conversations.
This discussion was very interesting, and I definitely have a greater appreciation for why Richard places such importance on Nietzsche for the Alt Right.
Jonathan Bowden was a very intelligent and thoughtful man and I loved his take on Lovecraft and the Cthulhu Mythos.
On a side note,has anyone seen the Sam (((Kestenbaum))) article on the jewish daily forward about the “My fellow White people” meme?
I don’t see anyone in the Fashosphere talking about it.
I did a little write up on it on my blog The Liberationist (it’s a satire of the leftist lexicon and imagery).
This is a useful article to link too next time Melissa deludes herself into thinking the Alt-Right is a Christian movement.
Well, thanks for introducing me to Jonathan Bowden. I confess to say that I did not know anything about him before hearing this.
Bowden’s erudition was top-notch. It is such a shame he passed away so young.
Counter Currents Publishing has put out a few of his books. I’m reading one of them and it’s pretty good, it’s a series of essays (possibly transcribed speeches?), 10 or so are about various right wing figures, from Yokio Mishma to Carlyle. The opening article is about the need for a right-wing vanguard, and is perhaps the best in the collection.
Bowden was not a “novelist”, but fancied himself one. His efforts in that realm are disjointed and amateurish. Likewise, his work as an “actor” were also a fanciful delusion he held, but quite hilarious to watch. His only claim to anything was as a somewhat competent speaker, although he bloviated quite a bit. He’s already vanished into the mists of time, and so his posting here is utterly irrelevant to our cause.