Conspiracy of the Enlightenment: Augustin Barruel and his “Memoirs Illustrating the History of Jacobinism” (pt. 1)

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  1. robber chih says:

    Great subject to get in to. The paradigm discussed between religion and reason, as it were, is reminiscent of a very informed study of the history of the West and a history of philosophy by Leo Chestov, “Athens and Jerusalem”. I rather enjoyed your podcast thanks very much and i look forward to the development of this discussion.

    cheers

  2. Silent says:

    Sir, what do you think of Evola’s conspirological perspectives in the chapter “Occult War” from ‘Men Among the Ruins’?

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