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Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Watch a lecture on Guénon direct from Moscow

The miracle of the modern internet allows us to watch a lecture on "A Very Short Life of René Guénon" given by Oleg Fomin at the School for Young Traditionalists in Moscow. Even if you don't understand Russian, you can at least see what Dugin's (neo-?)Traditionalists look like:



This is, of course, under the auspices of Alexander Dugin. There are several new-ish websites to look at, too--all in Russian so far.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Fomin, I believe.

Mark Sedgwick said...

Fomin, indeed! Corrected, and thanks.

jolies-couleurs said...

I discover that all Russian neo-traditionalists appear to be men - mostly rather gloomy looking young men! The presentational style is recognisibly Russian (as I know to my continuing cost here in Moscow).

Fascinating, thank you...

Anonymous said...

those gloomy young men are in the US too... everywhere is materialism/feminism and our souls are tired. we are looking for sparks.

Anonymous said...

No english subtitles avaible? Anyway, this is fantastic! I hope this will appear also in the west.