Dugin's guideline: The unexpected truth about the billions 'stolen' from Russia

Dugin's guideline: The unexpected truth about the billions 'stolen' from Russia

One of the most popular and debated arguments is the West's theft of Russia's foreign reserves and, consequently, the blaming of the liberal bloc government for placing them. I am far from a supporter of liberalism, in fact I am an irreconcilable opponent of it, but it is still worth getting to the bottom of the myths and propaganda.

The ABC of traditional values: patriotism, citizenship, service to the motherland

We present the third part of a new project by the Russian TV channel Tsargrad, 'The ABC of Traditional Values', a series of talks by three Russian thinkers: Konstantin Malofeev, Alexander Dugin and Protopriest Andrei Tkachev. Today's talk examines one of the most important spiritual and moral values from the list of 'Fundamentals of State Policy' approved by Presidential Decree 809. We are talking about patriotism, citizenship, service to the Fatherland and responsibility for its destiny.

Dugin's guideline: The final division between the Sons of Light and the Sons of Darkness

In the third part of his study, the Russian philosopher compares the spiritual and physical worlds, focusing on the division of humanity after the Last Judgement. Who is destined to live forever and who is destined to perish in the abyss is a question that has preoccupied men since their birth.

Partisans of culture

Partisans of culture

I have noticed that certain registers of understanding are rapidly disappearing in society. It is as if the spectrum of waves on which people communicate - references, quotations, examples, the minimum obvious set of references, including rhetorical figures, references to seemingly obvious cascades of knowledge (in history, culture, art, science, philosophy, politics) - is constantly and irreversibly shrinking.

The ABCs of traditional values. Part 1: Tradition

The First Russian TV channel Tsargrad launched a new TV project "The ABC of Traditional Values". A series of expert talks by three Russian thinkers on the foundations of Russian existence and the Russian future. Konstantin Malofeev, Alexander Dugin and Archpriest Andrei Tkachev analyse the Foundations of State Policy for the Preservation and Strengthening of Traditional Spiritual and Moral Values, approved by Vladimir Putin. The first, introductory section deals with Tradition itself.

Christianity and the Life Element. A short ecclesiological essay

Today's Christians cannot help but have difficulties in their faith, not only because they live in an anti-Christian culture but also because faith is presented to them as something fragmented (e.g. a response to an existential challenge) or as a conceptual abstraction. Christianity lacks life. It is not completely lifeless, it is maladaptive, the life of Christianity is pale, which is why churches are half-empty, and even if they are full (on feast days), somehow they are not. Christian life is muted, muffled, muffled; it does not burn, but it ignites. It is a fact. There are exceptions, but they are extremely rare, and each case must be analysed carefully - whether we are talking about Christianity or whether the source of inspiration is somewhere else, or perhaps even somewhere else.

War and Chaos (Essays on the Metaphysics of War) - full version

War and Chaos (Essays on the Metaphysics of War) - full version

The most thoughtful observers of the Ukrainian front note the peculiar nature of this war: the chaos factor has increased enormously. This applies to all sides of the Special Military Operation, both to the actions and strategies of the enemy and our command, as well as to the dramatically increased role of technology (all kinds of drones and UAVs), and the intensive online information support, where it is almost impossible to distinguish the fictitious from the real. This is a war of chaos. It is time to revisit this fundamental concept.

ALEXANDER DUGIN: UKRAINE IS ‘FIRST MULTIPOLAR’ CONFLICT

The West is clinging to the impossible dream of hegemony, Russian philosopher tells RT

The conflict in Ukraine is the world’s “first multipolar war,” in which Russia is fighting for the right of every civilization to choose its own path while the West wishes to maintain its totalitarian hegemonic globalism, Alexander Dugin told RT in an exclusive interview on Friday.

The Order of Katechon

The Order Of Katechon

If we consider the problem of chaos from a philosophical and historical perspective, it becomes very clear that SMO is about Russia's struggle against the civilisation of chaos, which is, in fact, the new democracy, represented by the collective West and its rabid neighbourhood structure (Ukraine). The parameters of this civilisation, its historical and cultural profile, its ideology in general, are fairly easy to identify. We can recognise the movement towards chaos from the very first rebellion against orbitality, hierarchy, the ontological pyramidal volume that embodied the order of traditional civilisation.

Noomachy - Wars of the Minds: War as an application for the genuine philosophy

Noomachy - Wars of the Minds: War as an application for the genuine philosophy

In the Greek Orthodox tradition, churches that are dedicated to Sophia the Divine Wisdom have their patronal festival on the day of Mid-Pentecost. It means that today is truly a day of philosophy, truly a day of the Divine Wisdom, which our ancestors, our founding fathers handed down to us. As you know, in the Divine Liturgy, there is a priestly exclamation: "Wisdom! Arise!" Sometimes our theologians and philosophers try to contrast divine wisdom with human wisdom. But in the original Greek text of the liturgy, the word 'Sophia' is used. Sophia refers to both meanings of wisdom: divine wisdom and human wisdom. These two meanings do not totally coincide, but, at the same time, they are not in opposition.

Metaphysics of War

Metaphysics of War

Today I would like to share my views on the metaphysics of war and the philosophical comprehension of what is happening. Without such comprehension, we will not be able to grasp the full depth of the current confrontation. It goes without saying that I am carefully watching the information space, commenting on it live. However, today I would like to have a look at the current events from a philosophical perspective.

ALEXANDER DUGIN'S SPEECH AT THE FIRST SIBERIAN FORUM OF THE WORLD RUSSIAN PEOPLE'S COUNCIL: "WHAT IS TRADITION"?

Alexander Dugin: What is tradition?
Law 809, which has been talked about a lot today, is a turning point. We are generally living in a new era. This new epoch in Russia began on February 24 after the start of a special military operation, which entailed enormous transformations in the positioning of our country in the global context. The law "On Approval of the Principles of State Policy for the Preservation and Strengthening of Traditional Russian Spiritual and Moral Values" is a point of principle, the announcement of a new ideology of Russia.

Noomachy - Wars of the Minds: War as an application for the genuine philosophy

In the Greek Orthodox tradition, churches that are dedicated to Sophia the Divine Wisdom have their patronal festival on the day of Mid-Pentecost. It means that today is truly a day of philosophy, truly a day of the Divine Wisdom, which our ancestors, our founding fathers handed down to us. As you know, in the Divine Liturgy, there is a priestly exclamation: "Wisdom! Arise!" Sometimes our theologians and philosophers try to contrast divine wisdom with human wisdom. But in the original Greek text of the liturgy, the word 'Sophia' is used. Sophia refers to both meanings of wisdom: divine wisdom and human wisdom. These two meanings do not totally coincide, but, at the same time, they are not in opposition.

The “Right-Wing Gramscianism” Phenomenon: The Experience of the “New Right”

The “Right-Wing Gramscianism” Phenomenon: The Experience of the “New Right”

The “New Right” is an ensemble of intellectual movements that appeared in 1968 as a reaction to ideological crisis and the strengthening of liberal hegemony in Europe. By 1968, the classical “rightwing” movements were riddled with liberal ideological motives, such as the adoption of capitalism, pro-American sentiments, and statism. 

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