Where does Evola get the basis of [traditional values]? Do we assume we receive it from God or it's some other base source that I haven't read about?
I mean, I like what he's selling, but I have no idea where he's getting all these [traditional values] from.
His own brain, just like any philosopher.
I know for you relgiousfags it's hard to grasp this concept, but human beings can make up their own ideas without some imaginary influence from the skies.
>Implying I'm not an atheist.
>Implying the absence of an objective dispenser of value doesn't mean the shit Evola rails against has equal value to the values he espouses: zer0.
I get that he pre-packs a sample of these make-your-own values, but I don't find a compelling argument on why I should buy what he's selling other than I /like/ it.
What did he accomplish?
Is he just a meme?
Does anyone know of the Integralistas and the party founder Plínio Salgado?
They're frequently called the Brazilian Nazis, but it is a grave misnomer. The Integralistas mirrored Portugal's Lusitan Integralism and Italian Fascism, advocating Roman Catholicism, National Syndicalism, spiritualism and opposing racism and materialism. One of the chief divisions as a mass movement was the Jewish question. Although Salgado wasn't against Jewish involvement (he firmly believed the problem of the world was ethic, not ethnic), his successor Gustavo Barroso fomented...
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In the meantime, enjoy some party propaganda and photos.
>Eastern Orthodoxy lost Constantinople
<Roman Catholicism has never lost Rome
All of them great generals in their own right and deeply admired Alex as the GOAT general (I'm probably missing some)
Which ones do you think surpassed him?
surpassed Alexander? no one, ever.
he defeated every single one of his enemies, no matter the superior positioning or numbers of the enemy. he fought hundreds of battles, brought the greatest empire then known to heel, and conquered virtually all of the known world all before he was 33.
he was literally the perfect general. no one will ever claim his title as "the greatest general", and no one will ever be more successful than him.
>All possible worlds are as real as the actual world
Does anyone here actually believe in Modal Realism? Can this be used to justify escapist fantasies that anime and Middle Earth are real somewhere?
MODAL REALISM AND MANY WORLDS ARE NOT THE SAME THING
MODAL REALISM IS ARGUING THAT COUNTERFACTUALS BEING CONSIDERED REAL (IN THE SENSE OF MATHEMATICALLY "REAL") HELPS ACCOUNT FOR SOME PROBLEMS WITH MODAL LOGIC
MANY WORLDS IS PSEUDO-PHYSICSY HIGH SCHOOL STONER TIER NONSENSE
DAVID K LEWIS WAS A MODAL REALIST AND DID NOT BELIEVE IN THE MANY WORLDS INTERPRETATION IN ANY WAY
What's the best book to read on Napoleon?
For a right-wing glorifying site like 4chan there is surprisingly little mention of this man. Was he really an evil mastermind or just a wannabe bumbler?
He was effective at rallying a populace and making people feel like communism was old school stuff. Things probably would have turned out fine for him if the world wasn't in the shape it was in. Despite the rhetoric, war was something he couldn't do. His ideology gutted the military at the same time it glorified it.
He was however a living cartoon character and I'm glad he existed.
Was there ever a African Latin dialect?
Is morality learned or innate?
>coach always hands out articles with inspirational/attitude related stuff at team meetings
>big preacher of honesty, integrity, etc
>today gives us one about how people are too focused on "their story"
>i.e. people always try to relate things to past experiences
>he said you can tell someone's "story" by watching them for...
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A little of both, like everything. A lot of it is adaptive behavior to living in a tribe of similar humans, but the a lot of the specifics are cultural. Of course you could argue the specifics are just signaling, but that's adaptive in itself.
i believe ice cube should return for the 3rd 300 spartan movie
>tfw everybody keeps shitposting about Zarathustra and his later works
>Nobody realizes the brilliance that was Birth of a Tragedy
The problem is that people don't even read his work to begin with. They just think "lol edgy nihilist", when Nietzsche fucking hated nihilism as a philosophy to itself. Nietzsche recognizes it, but his point is to not wallow in the vacuum of purpose, and rather fill it with your own meaning. Hence the "eternal return."
Quite the opposite of "ow that edge", Nietzsche's work can be boiled down to its very basic root of "go forth and be as awesome and happy as you can be".
I must unite the Greek people under my empire.
I must the Libertarian peoples under one flag
What language is written on this pyramid? It was made in Egypt. All of my searches for ancient Egyptian languages have come up with hieroglyphs which do not match the marks. Can someone help me with this?
Is Nostratic real? Why or why not?
>putting Afro-Asiatic and Indo-European that far apart when they have the same word for horn
Oddly enough, the page for the Proto-Semitic word gives the possible Indo-European cognate with a link to it, but the page for *ker- in PIE only defines it as 'to grow' or 'to plait', or as an alternate reconstruction of *kerh-, which it defines as 'head, top', although some of the descendant words do mean 'horn'.
Why did he kill Philosophy?