Statistician to the Stars, William Briggs, on how James Burnham’s The Managerial Revolution has held up in the 80 years since it was published. (Prepare to despair.)
The Myth of the 20th Century crew with one of their finest podcasts, a look at Plato, the Republic, and our modern political instability.
Curtis Yarvin of Gray Mirror (on Substack) and Unqualified Reservations (as Mencius Moldbug) hits the big time, appearing on Tucker Carlson’s show. It is the most reserved of his appearances I have seen, and is an introduction for newbs to the latest in dissident thought.
Charles Haywood’s audio version of his Worthy House review of Ryszard Legutko’s The Demon in Democracy.
Speaking of Haywood, he and Bronze Age Pervert, Conrad Black, the Raw Egg Nationalist, and the Fat Nutritionist have all penned articles for the premier issue of Asylum Magazine. They’ll let you have a PDF copy for free.
If you are proud, you are the devil.
If you are sad, you are his son.
If you are worried, you are his never resting servant.
Umberto Eco, Baudolino