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Introduction to Traditionalist thought: Plato, Schuon, Evola and The Prince of Wales

I am fascinated by cultural revolutions that oppose modern society. The best ones are not in favor of another material revolution, or redistribution of wealth and power, but a re-structuring. It’s like re-designing a bad product. By changing the abstract design, you make a product that functions better.

To that end, I’ve posted An Introduction to Traditionalist Thought which is mostly a reading list but also a quick summary of this re-structuring cultural movement.

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