"Nothing is without reason" - a sentence often pronounced and rarely believed in. Let us pronounce it and see how can it be demonstrated. In this two part analysis we'll approach the phenomenon of meaningful coincidences in human life, i.e. destiny, from the standpoint of traditional metaphysics.
We continue with the Eastern Europe blues ... what is nihilism and is the "backward" part of old continent any better than it's "progressive" counterpart? Can Eastern Europe exorcise its demons without exorcising its angels, too? These and other interesting questions - all difficult and left unresolved - where else can you find such a treat then on Kali Tribune?
Kali Tribune proudly presents series of podcasts on Rene Guenon and his notion of the end of the modern world. The podcasts are based on an essay "The Way the World Goes - Rene Guenon on The End" that was in effect an interpretation of the book "Reign of the Quantity and the Signs of the Times". However, this time around we'll attempt to go in depth into general Guenon's notions of metaphysics, myth, Tradition, civilization, religion, etc.
There's nothing like a bit of that old End Times predicting to pass a hot summer's day. Or so they say. Kali Tribune claims the better antidote to heat: cold beer and Rene Guenon's explanation of why the world has got to end neither with a bang nor whimper, but with a hell of a laugh.
Against the Gnostics: Anti-Traditional and Anti-Christian Core of Alexander Dugin’s 4th Political Theory
Alexander Dugin’s Fourth political theory proposes to be a cure for the disease of modernity. In this essay Kali Tribune’s Department for Hermeneutics and Exorcism will demonstrate that if Dugin is your doctor, you are better off remaining sick.