“Between Evola and Dugin: Traditionalism in a Romanian Iron Guard Manifesto” – Jason ROBERTS

Nae Ionescu (1890-1940), a Philosophy professor at the University of Bucharest in the inter-war period, and the mastermind of the Iron Guard who co-opted Cioran's young generation of intellectuals (tânăra generaţie of 1927) into the Legionary movement (Ionescu only adhered to the Iron Guard due to a grudge with the king); Julius Evola (1898-1974), an… Continue lendo “Between Evola and Dugin: Traditionalism in a Romanian Iron Guard Manifesto” – Jason ROBERTS

“The trouble with being Cioran” – Sam MUNSON

The National, Abu Dhabi, UAE, 1 May, 2009 A new biography of the controversial philosopher fails to capture what remains most vital about his work, Sam Munson writes: the style and energy of its opposition to modern liberal pieties. Searching for Cioran - Ilinca Zarifopol-Johnston Indiana University Press Dh112 The Romanian philosopher EM Cioran remains one of… Continue lendo “The trouble with being Cioran” – Sam MUNSON