Category Archives: Miscellaneous

New issue of Religions/Adyan: Women and the Feminine

The issue 8 of Adyan on Women and the Feminine is now available. To download the English section, click here. To download the Arabic section, click here. Table of content for the English section: Editorial  by Patrick Laude Interview with … Continue reading

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A powerful text by Julius Evola

“There are some who, at certain moments, are able to become detached from themselves, get beneath the surface, down into the dark depths of the force that rules their body, and where this force loses name and identity. They have … Continue reading

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Poutine encore

Excellente video sur les influences philosophiques autour de Poutine. Seul bémol, le cliché du “Guénon occultiste” …  

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Introduction to Ancient and Modern Western Thought

Days: Tuesday from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm Language: English Taught by: Dr. Renaud Fabbri ​University: Georgetown University in Qatar Course Description: The course provides a general introduction to some of the great tracks of western philosophy including epistemology, ethical … Continue reading

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Introduction to Modern Western Esotericism (PHI 251)

COURSE DESCRIPTION Esotericism is an attractive topic but its study is usually made difficult by prejudices (either pro or against it). The course has been designed to offer a balanced approach, proposing both insider and outsider/academic perspectives. The course will … Continue reading

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Parce qu’il est de plus en plus difficile de se taire …

Depuis la début de la nouvelle opération israélienne sur Gaza, on ne cesse de répéter comme un mantra, le droit d’Israël à se défendre … en oubliant qu’il y a aussi un droit à résister et que s’il y a … Continue reading

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Meditations on the Himalayas

At my return from a trek in the Indian Himalayas, I have started to read Julius Evola’s Meditations on the Peaks. The book is a collection of articles about his experience of mountain climbing. I was struck again by the … Continue reading

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