The Lost PhilosopherAnthony M. Ludovici
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Anthony Mario Ludovici (1882-1971) was one of Britain’s most celebrated intellectuals during the first decades of the 1900s. After World War II he was not estimated no longer by the establishment and the victorious forces, because he so clearly and accurately criticized egalitarian values in all its expressions: liberalism, Marxism, feminism, and racial equality.
Logik.se have managed to get hold of a number of this limited edition of The Lost Philosopher. This hardcover edition is only printed in 500 copies and each book is numbered.
From the back cover:
Anthony M. Ludovici (1882-1971), the ”Edwardian Superman,” was one of the earliest and ablest translators and interpreters of Nietzsche´s thought in the English-speaking world. He was also a Nietzschean philosopher in his own right. In the early decades of the twentieth century, Ludovici enjoyed some renown as a fashionable defender of unfashioned ideas, but after World War II, he was consigned to oblivion by the intolerant defenders of egalitarian orthodoxy. The Lost Philosopher collects Ludovici´s thoughts on nine topics – Religion, Conservatism, Liberalism, Men and Women, Eugenics, Health, Education, Economics, and Art- in the hope that our times might make themselves relevant to Ludovici´s philosophy.
1. Religion Religious Decay Christianity Rational Religion
2. Conservatism Tradition Realism Aristocracy Leadership Capitalism Ruralism
3. Liberalism Justice Ideology Democracy Liberty Equality Multiculturalism Mass Opinion
4. Men and Women Sex Roles Female Psychology Male Psychology Love and Marriage Wives Husbands Feminism Male Degeneracy
5. Eugenics Body and Soul Sexphobia Inbreeding Physiognomy Beauty Overpopulation Selection
6. Health National Sickness Food and Drink Sports and Games Abortion Old Age The Medical Profession The Alexander Technique Humor
7. Education Childcare Schooling
8. Economics Industrialism Materialism Private Property Class Unemployment Leisure Economists
9. Art Low Art High Art Rodin Van Gogh Human Form Landscape
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Alain de Benoist about the book:
”Of all unjustly ignored authors, Anthony M. Ludovici is certainly the one who today most deserves to be remembered. In his works, as imposing in quantity as in quality, this profoundly original philosopher never ceased to offer opinions on the most various subjects ( from religion and education to art, eugenics, and the relations between the sexes ) that are perfectly opposed to contemporary ’political correctness.’ Even those who will disapprove of his remarks will be able to recognice their present character. For collecting in this volume the most significant pages of Ludovici’s works, John V. Day without a doubt deserves the gratitude of all free spirits.”
Author: Anthony M. Ludovici
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