The Rights of Man: Life

Ever since the French Revolution, there has been much discussed about the so-called rights of man. Over time, this discussion has confounded natural rights with civil rights, i.e., the rights accorded by law to a citizen, and goods, such as food, medicine, education, which are the products of human activity. … Continue reading

The Son of Duty

In Men Among the Ruins, Julius Evola writes: Ancient Indo-European traditions regarded the procreation of a son as a “duty”: because of this, the firstborn was called the “son of duty,” in distinction from any subsequent children. This involves both a distortion and an omission. The son is not a … Continue reading

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