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Father Góngora: “If we absent ourselves from public spheres, we are negligently conceding ground to the enemy to spread his lies”

The Sacristy of the Vendée is a means to a clear objective: to propose the worldview of the Catholic tradition in times of moral relativism and ethical circumstantialism.

Álvaro Peñas

4 min

The Wall

The Berlin Wall fell, but the world is once again divided by an invisible wall. The West that faced the Cold War and bloc politics was stronger than the West we live in today, with disastrous policies and a complete lack of faith in ourselves, but still no one jumps over the wall to the other side.

Álvaro Peñas

5 min

Just Another War of Conquest

No “denazification”, no protection of minorities, no NATO... the invasion of Ukraine is a war of conquest. The existential threat to Russia is the existence of a Ukrainian state.

Álvaro Peñas

4 min

The Battle for History

Despite the European Parliament’s condemnation of communist totalitarianism, “progressive” governments try to erase the memory of its victims.

Álvaro Peñas

5 min

Nacho Montes de Oca: “The best way to disarm the Russian propaganda is to go back to the basic point, which are values”

Nacho Montes de Oca is an Argentinean writer and journalist, known for his books of essays dedicated to historical research and analysis of wars and other contemporary conflicts.

Álvaro Peñas

6 min

The Tsar’s Penal Army

“I had been in the colony (prison) for four and a half years when Wagner came to recruit us.

Álvaro Peñas

6 min

Analyses

Frankfurt School and the Social Disorder

In the last half of the century, a social disorder, emerged in Western societies.

Edward Sołtys

15 min

Cursed intellectuals – Raymond Aron and Roger Scruton

Raymond Aron and Roger Scruton hardly shared anything besides the English Channel.

Marcin Gacek

15 min

Scruton and Revolutions - Between History and Farce. From Edmund Burke to Malcolm Bradbury

The year 1789 is commonly – and naturally – associated with the French Revolution, dubbed “the Great Revolution.”

Krzysztof Łęcki

12 min

Sir Roger Scruton - "Beauty, Piety and Desecration" - an Elegiac Recollection in Tranquility

It is immensely difficult to write about an erudite scholar and philosopher such as Sir Roger Scruton since his great pageant of interests, intellectual involvements and possible specialties makes one at once question the fundamental character of his motivations.

Ewa Borkowska

15 min

Scruton on Modernity, Tradition and the Paradox of T.S. Eliot

For any early 20th century Western conservative, after the fall of the ancien regime in 1918, and the breakthrough of the modernist paradigm in politics, society and culture, to reconcile modernity and tradition was a probing task.

Ferenc Hörcher

15 min

Main Currents in Roger Scruton's Philosophy

Scruton believed that tradition was a living thing that changed, not in response to clamours for novelty, but on the basis of previously unforeseen problems.

Mark Dooley

12 min

The Essence of Things - Hesperialism

In the fifth episode of "The Essence of Things", we discuss the topic of philosophy of history and the concept of hesperialism.

Essays

Man Without Nature – Nature Without Man. The anti-transcendent roots of green ideology and how to oppose them

For a long time now, "environmentalism" has ceased to be a simple “one-subject lobby”, but has transformed into a comprehensive ideology, generally perceived to be situated on the left side of the political spectrum and increasingly aggressive in its aims and methods.

David Engels

15 min

The Biblical and Christian Roots of Western Democracy

There is a lot of historical myopia in the West today: a lot of historical forgetting and even more historical ignorance.

George Weigel

10 min

Conservatism for Europe, against Radicalism

What is the significance of conservatism for contemporary Europe? Do think- ers such as Roger Scruton, to whom this book is dedicated, have any influence on the course of events, on Europe, on the European Union?

Zdzisław Krasnodębski

15 min

The Significance of Roger Scruton's Philosophy 

Sir Roger Scruton (1944-2020) remains a figure of inspiration to authors representing various fields of knowledge, who readily consult his works on political philosophy, the history of philosophy, ethics and aesthetics, and music.

Piotr Wróblewski

4 min

Conservative and Christian Sources of Modern Ecological Thought

When St Justin the Philosopher debated with pagan sages in the second century after Christ, he heard from them: show me your writings and we will tell you who you are.

Grzegorz Górny

8 min

Kissinger and the Next War

The longevity of Kissinger in American politics was a result of an ingredient which determines great men from the ordinary. It is that they appear to be working against the grain of world history, they appear to be 'out of sorts'. So, they are reactionary when liberalism is all the rage.

Brian Patrick Bolger

15 min

What Threatens Poland’s Sovereignty? And How?

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