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Revaluations and Transvaluations By John O'Loughlin
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'Revaluations and Transvaluations' has something of a Nietzschean ring to it, but is really quite distinct from anything he wrote, as it revaluates certain prior contentions of John O'Loughlin's... More > philosophy in the light of new insights, and couples this to an extension of his habitual transvaluating of traditional - not excepting Christian - positions, with remarkably original conclusions and suggestions about the desirability of transcending the axial relativity that currently divides societies and peoples, precluding the possibility of brotherly redemption through the continuance of predatory exploitation. The cover shows one of the author's abstract paintings whose abstraction is, in this context, perhaps less than complete!< Less
Beyond Good and Evil By Friedrich Nietzsche
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Beyond Good and Evil is a collection of essays and aphorisms in which Friedrich Nietzsche expresses his desire for a “transvaluation of all values.” He contends that no human values are... More > absolute; that all value distinctions (such as that between ‘good’ and ‘evil’) are artificial, the result of mere traditional prejudices; and that humanity should discard its old, outmoded values (such as ‘good’ and ‘evil’).< Less
Day of Wrath By C. T.
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Day of Wrath is a selection from the author’s two books in Spanish. His provocative essays on the darkest hour for the white race includes a translation of his research on the trauma model to... More > understand the victims of parental abuse; the history of childhood (“psychohistory”), and the infanticidal Amerindians before the Iberian Conquest; the debunking of biological psychiatry, and a brief analysis of the Judeo-Christian idea of “god”. The title refers to an essay that takes the Nietzschean “transvaluation of all values” to its ultimate consequence: to question the very legitimacy of the human species.< Less
Valuations of a Social Transcendentalist By John O'Loughlin
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VALUATIONS OF A SOCIAL TRANSCENDENTALIST is the sequel to 'Alpha and Omega - Diabolic Beginning and Divine End' (2002) and, like that worthy eBook, it has been divided into several parts, viz.... More > 'Revaluations', 'Valuations', and 'Transvaluations', which further advance the ideological philosophy of Social Transcendentalism in relation to the respective parts and their numerical spiralling through several cycles, as before. As regards the various modes of 'valuating', the only omission on the author's part is with relation to 'devaluating', which, as a pro-godly individual, he evidently prefers not to categorically embrace, having the modesty to leave that to others. The cover shows a Social Transcendentalist emblem deriving from the author's substantial corpus of abstract and emblematic paintings.< Less
The Father Omega Sextet By John O'Loughlin
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This is the author's only literary 'sextet', a six-book aphoristic philosophy project ironically entitled THE FATHER OMEGA SEXTET, the individual books of which are 'Father Omega's Last Testament',... More > 'Revaluations and Transvaluations', 'The Classless Solution', 'The Dialectics of Synthetic Attraction', 'The Dialectics of Civilization', and 'The Dialectics of Gender and Class'. In fact, dialectics is arguably the principal subject under consideration here, albeit of a different and more complex order than anything Marxist and merely materialist. All in all, this monumental project stands very close to, if not actually at, the apex of an oeuvre which has chronologically spiralled towards a metaphysical summit through Social Theocracy and the ideological philosophy of Social Transcendentalism. The cover depicts the author posing as 'father omega'.< Less
The End of Evolution By John O'Loughlin
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'The End of Evolution' points towards a future hypothetical - and morally desirable - culmination of evolution which will be both transcendentalist and anti-fundamentalist, idealist and... More > anti-materialist, metaphysical and anti-metachemical, and therefore it provides a structured blueprint for a credible alternative to worldly norms. In that respect, this title is beyond any gender-fudging utopian reductionism and/or fudged eschatology of traditional alpha-stemming religion, presupposing, as it does, a Nietzschean transvaluation of values likely to culminate in an unequivocal commitment to omega-orientated criteria. Thus the 'end' of evolution is a goal that has nothing in common with anti-evolutionary fatalism or pessimism or an overly 'realistic' scepticism with regard to the estimable task of 'world overcoming'. Its appeal can only be to idealists.< Less
Odinism: present, past and future By Osred
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CHAPTERS: Our religious heritage. What is Odinism? Ancestor worship. Our earliest ancestors. The Indo-Europeans. Three lost Indo-European tribes. The nation of Odin. Religion, mythology, gods. Odin.... More > “Pagan”, “heathen” and “cretin”. Odinist evolution. Odinist cosmology. The Odinist soul. Pagan afterlife. Clash of values. Rise of intolerance. Heathen victims of Christianity. Æthelfrith. Destruction of the Saxons. Odinist vengeance. Fall of Scandinavia. Þorgeir’s terrible choice. Odinism on the Borders. Christian economic strategy. Odinism in Christian churches. Period of Dual Faith: Women. Period of Dual Faith: Chartres Cathedral. Folk customs: Yule. Anglo-Saxondom and cognitive dissonance. Proto-Odinists: Jefferson. Swinburne. Murray. Wagner. Australian “paganism”. Limits of proto-Odinism. Odinist pioneers: Rud Mills. Evelyn Price. Ann Lennon. Else Christensen. Alec Christensen. Limits of early modern Odinism. Odinist transvaluation of values. Toward tomorrow.< Less
Odinism: present, past and future By Osred
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CHAPTERS: Our religious heritage. What is Odinism? Ancestor worship. Our earliest ancestors. The Indo-Europeans. Three lost Indo-European tribes. The nation of Odin. Religion, mythology, gods. Odin.... More > “Pagan”, “heathen” and “cretin”. Odinist evolution. Odinist cosmology. The Odinist soul. Pagan afterlife. Clash of values. Rise of intolerance. Heathen victims of Christianity. Æthelfrith. Destruction of the Saxons. Odinist vengeance. Fall of Scandinavia. Þorgeir’s terrible choice. Odinism on the Borders. Christian economic strategy. Odinism in Christian churches. Period of Dual Faith: Women. Period of Dual Faith: Chartres Cathedral. Folk customs: Yule. Anglo-Saxondom and cognitive dissonance. Proto-Odinists: Jefferson. Swinburne. Murray. Wagner. Australian “paganism”. Limits of proto-Odinism. Odinist pioneers: Rud Mills. Evelyn Price. Ann Lennon. Else Christensen. Alec Christensen. Limits of early modern Odinism. Odinist transvaluation of values. Toward tomorrow.< Less