Might is Right: The Authoritative Edition
Title Might is Right: The Authoritative Edition PDF eBook
Author Arthur Desmond
Publisher Underworld Amusements
Pages 408
Release 2019-04-23
Genre Philosophy
ISBN 9781943687039

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"Nothing is true; nothing is sacred; all things are open to you; blessed be the Vanquishers." A truly authoritative edition of Might is Right by Ragnar Redbeard. The variant text of five original editions harmonized into one, with thousands of previously undocumented footnotes and citations. New introduction by Peter H. Gilmore, High Priest of the Church of Satan. Newly indexed. Might is Right is a book of action and not belief. It is poetry, not a platform. Since the first edition in 1896, Might is Right has inspired those across a dynamic political and philosophical spectrum. The consistent core of the work is this: the individual is against everything but the self, and any means of proliferation of the self is the only good. Might is the power of the individual, and that is the only foundation of Right. Published in 1896, Might is Right went through five editions during the lifetime of Ragnar Redbeard, who had just moved to America, escaping the law in Australia. Every one of these had a plethora of changes and reversions, many subtly coloring the meaning of the text, others leaving literal gaps on the printed page where words were physically removed from the printing plates. Now Might is Right: The Authoritative Edition not only reveals one authoritative text, but adds thousands of citations and notations to reveal a much greater story underneath the text. Every literary reference is cited, every name is given biographical sketch. Redbeard's voice is given echo in some of the contemporary and historical figures that his ideas of an amoral philosophical egoism are in accord with. Magus Peter H. Gilmore provides an introduction that gives context to the book and how it was deconstructed and used to create the first chapter of Anton Szandor LaVey's "diabolically self-deifying" The Satanic Bible."It is surely one of the most incendiary works ever to be published anywhere... Redbeard surely undermined the largest part of the rationale to which conventional society appeared to be anchored." -James J. Martin, Laurance Labadie: Selected Essays 1978

Might Is Right
Title Might Is Right PDF eBook
Author Ragnar Redbeard
Publisher Ostara Publications
Pages 186
Release 2016-11-06
Genre Christian ethics
ISBN 9781944247799

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FULL unedited version. A no-holds-barred philosophical venture into the meaning of the Jewish origins of Christianity, of nature over nurture, might over morals, of power over weakness, the right of the strongest to rule, the survival of the fittest and the belief that the world is governed by force, not by religious or moral creeds.

On Heroes, Hero-Worship, and the Heroic in History
Title On Heroes, Hero-Worship, and the Heroic in History PDF eBook
Author Thomas Carlyle
Publisher Univ of California Press
Pages 638
Release 1993-06-07
Genre Literary Criticism
ISBN 0520911539

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In his 1840 lectures on heroes, Thomas Carlyle, Victorian essayist and social critic, championed the importance of the individual in history. Published the following year and eventually translated into fifteen languages, this imaginative work of history, comparative religion, and literature is the most influential statement of a man who came to be thought of as a secular prophet and the "undoubted head of English letters" (Emerson). His vivid portraits of Muhammad, Dante, Luther, Napoleon—just a few of the individuals Carlyle celebrated for changing the course of world history—made On Heroes a challenge to the anonymous social forces threatening to control life during the Industrial Revolution. In eight volumes, The Strouse Edition will provide the texts of Carlyle's major works edited for the first time to contemporary scholarly standards. For the general reader, its detailed introductions and annotations will offer insight into the author's thought and a reconstruction of the diverse and often arcane Carlylean sources.

Might Is Right
Title Might Is Right PDF eBook
Author Ragnar Redbeard
Pages 194
Release 2021-08-20
ISBN 9781943687268

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"For nearly two hundred pages phrase after phrase descends like a club, bent upon smashing to flinders the church and state at which it is aimed." -Liberty, October 1933 Might is Right is a frank and brutal look at the world we live in. There is no comfort to be found within its pages, but there is truth. Instead of faith and idealism, Might is Right offers only one solution to the troubles that plague human society: MIGHT is the power of the individual, and that is the only foundation of RIGHT! Originally published in 1896, Might is Right inspired a wide array of social and political movements. From radical socialists to Satanists, egoists to anarchists, and every flavor of freethinker in-between, Might is Right has left an indelible mark on the very society it condemns. Banned by booksellers and condemned by censors, Might is Right is one of the most infamous and dangerous books ever written. Tiffany Thayer, the founder of the Fortean Society, referred to Ragnar Redbeard as, "The Nietzsche of Chicago, the Max Stirner of Evanston." Whether Arthur Desmond-the man behind the mask-lived up to those comparisons is a matter of debate, as his life's story is still revealing itself more than a century later. What we can say for certain, is that the brutal nature of Ragnar Redbeard's magnum opus will inspire and disgust anyone who dares read it. Featuring a brief introduction by Kevin I. Slaughter, this Underworld Amusements paperback is a full facsimile of the 1927 edition of Might is Right by Ragnar Redbeard, originally published by Dil Pickle Press of Chicago. It was the last edition of the book published during the author's lifetime, and its printing was overseen by the man himself. At long last we can once again read Might is Right exactly as Ragnar Redbeard intended it to be read, in all its pure, unadulterated fury.

Neo-Nazi Terrorism and Countercultural Fascism
Title Neo-Nazi Terrorism and Countercultural Fascism PDF eBook
Author Spencer Sunshine
Publisher Taylor & Francis
Pages 505
Release 2024-05-07
Genre Political Science
ISBN 0429576013

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A new wave of aspiring neo-Nazi terrorists has arisen—including the infamous Atomwaffen Division. And they have a bible: James Mason’s Siege, which praises terrorism, serial killers, and Charles Manson. Neo-Nazi Terrorism and Countercultural Fascism, based on years of archival work and interviews, documents for the first time the origins of Siege. First, it shows how Mason’s vision arose from debates by 1970s neo-Nazis who splintered off the American Nazi Party/National Socialist White People's Party and spun off a terrorist faction. Second, it unveils how four 1980s countercultural figures—musicians Boyd Rice and Michael Moynihan, Feral House publisher Adam Parfrey, and Satanist Nikolas Schreck—discovered, promoted, and published Mason. Neo-Nazi Terrorism and Countercultural Fascism explores a previously overlooked period and unearths the hidden connections between a countercultural clique and violent neo-Nazis—which together have set the template for today’s Neo-nazi terrorist underground. It is obligatory reading for those interested in contemporary terrorism, postwar countercultures, and the history of the U.S. Far Right and neo-Nazism.

The Routledge Companion to Literature and Feminism
Title The Routledge Companion to Literature and Feminism PDF eBook
Author Rachel Carroll
Publisher Taylor & Francis
Pages 703
Release 2023-12-01
Genre Literary Criticism
ISBN 1000991458

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The Routledge Companion to Literature and Feminism brings unique literary, critical, and historical perspectives to the relationship between women’s writing and women’s rights in British contexts from the late eighteenth century to the present. Thematically organised around five central concepts—Rights, Networks, Bodies, Production, and Activism—the Companion tracks vital questions and debates, offering fresh perspectives on changing priorities and enduring continuities in relation to women’s ongoing struggle for liberty and equality. This groundbreaking collection brings into focus the historical and cultural conditions which have shaped the formation of British literary feminisms, including the legacies of slavery, colonialism, and Empire. From the political novel of the 1790s to early twentieth-century suffrage theatre and contemporary ecofeminism, and from the mid-Victorian antislavery movement to anti-fascist activism in the 1930s and working-class women’s writing groups in the 1980s, this book testifies to the diverse and dynamic character of the relationship between literature and feminism. Featuring contributions from leading feminist scholars, the Companion offers new insights into the crucial role played by women’s literary production in the evolving history of women’s rights discourses, feminist activism, and movements for gender equality. It will appeal to students and scholars in the fields of women’s writing, British literature, cultural history, and gender and feminist studies.

Satanism: A Social History
Title Satanism: A Social History PDF eBook
Author Massimo Introvigne
Publisher BRILL
Pages 665
Release 2016-08-29
Genre Religion
ISBN 9004244964

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For the first time, Massimo Introvigne proposes a general social history of Satanism and anti-Satanism, from the French Court of Louis XIV to the Satanic scares of the late 20th century, satanic themes in Black Metal music, the Church of Satan, and beyond.