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What should we make of the esoteric philosophy Traditionalism?

Depending on one’s perspective, it is either a dangerous way of thinking or one that the decadent West would do well to study, says Mark Sedgwick

8 July 2023

9:00 AM

8 July 2023

9:00 AM

Traditionalism: The Radical Project for Restoring the Sacred Order Mark Sedgwick

Pelican, pp.432, 25

Last August a bomb tore through a Toyota Land Cruiser outside Moscow killing its 29-year-old driver. Darya Dugina, a pro-war TV pundit, had been returning from a conservative literary festival where her father, an ultra-nationalist ideologue, had been giving a talk on tradition and history. Quite possibly he was the intended target.

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