Venture into any neoreactionary (hereafter NRx) site or blog, and one thing is clear. They are unfettered “identitarians” proclaiming “racial realism”, and a withering criticism of progressivism with deep writings about the organic evolution of culture through history. Any student of philosophy will immediately recognize them for what they are: historicists. The irony of the … Continue reading Modernity and the Neo-Reactionaries
Katechon is a Greek word meaning “that which withholds” or “one that withholds.” It is a biblical concept found in the writing of St. Paul in his letter to the Thessalonians. It has become a major point of focus in political philosophy (or if you prefer from the Hobbesian-Schmittian tradition: “political theology”). While the term … Continue reading What is the Katechon?