Let’s assume, for the sake of convenience, that we know a peasant named George: Is George more or less George when he is wearing his clothes or is he only George when he is naked? He is obviously more George when he wears his clothes, for how could you know George was a peasant without […]
This is a translation to Brazilian Portuguese for a previous info-graphic I made. Many thanks to Luiz Alexandre Lima Valdivino for the translation.
Much has transpired since I last posted. It’s been quite a while. I intend to start writing again with the additional smattering of information graphics as well. I created this graphic from a concept design by Christopher Lee: A fellow traditionalist. Feel free to use it in whatever way you can to help spread Tradition […]
Often when people think of Love and Duty they imagine them as a dichotomy. They believe that Love and Duty are mutually exclusive: You must choose one of the two and leave the other alone. But is this actually true? Is it true that acting out of love is ideal and that duty is merely a […]
I have always thought it ludicrous that the modern world shuns negative language and values political correctness to the extent it does, but recently it appears to have taken yet another absurd turn. If I had been paying closer attention I might have noticed it five or ten years ago; as this new madness appears […]
When people criticize fantasy or romanticism as making people out of touch with reality, it’s interesting that they seem to only imagine fantasy as positive or better than real life, as though one can never pretend something is worse than it actually is. As an example of this merely look to any work of realism […]
Every so often I am amazed by the prevalence of certain opinions or ideas. I had heard it said that Adam and Eve would not have had navels; but my search on the internet today showed it to be a more popular view than I had thought. This view has always be strange to me. […]