Tagged: postmodernity

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Aztec Blues: Myth of Overpopulation as Politically Correct Human Sacrifice

In this podcast we take a look at the familiar theme of political correctness from seemingly unusual position: i.e. from the Left. By referring to passages from Guido Preparata's book Ideology of Tyranny claiming that myth of overpopulation cuts through both extremes of political spectrum, we expound upon the idea that the common core of contemporary darkening of the intellect indeed exists.

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Appropriation of Tradition in the West

Kali Tribune proudly presents the first contribution of our Romanian correspondent Mihai Marinescu. In this article he puts forth the question of distinction of religion as a given and religion as a choice, specifically from the standpoint of Orthodox Christianity. The final analysis yields some worrisome trends on display in the West, where conversion is, as it appears, confused with it's more or less militant inversion.

To live and to die in penultimate times – text to audio 0

To live and to die in penultimate times – text to audio

Sometimes it is nice to watch the other falling into the abyss. As the developed West acts out it’s “Untergang”, many ex-Yugoslavs congratulate themselves for being not-so-western and safe from tripping over the precipice. Well, tough luck “zemljaci”. Read about how Yugo-nostalgia can be a legitimate way to dive, head first, into abyss of end-times.

To live and to die in penultimate times 0

To live and to die in penultimate times

Sometimes it is nice to watch the other falling into the abyss. As the developed West acts out it's "Untergang", many ex-Yugoslavs congratulate themselves for being not-so-western and safe from tripping over the precipice. Well, tough luck "zemljaci". Read about how Yugo-nostalgia can be a legitimate way to dive, head first, into abyss of end-times.