Archive for the ‘Olena Semenyaka’ Category

Transformation of Ernst Jünger’s Alternative to the Bourgeois Individual

Tuesday, July 27th, 2010

Transformation of Ernst Jünger’s Alternative to the Bourgeois Individual

Introduction

Ernst Jünger’s personality and writings have always been surrounded by heated debates between his admirers and haters. Quite expectedly, the main source of this passionate attitude lays in Ernst Jünger’s biography, namely his undeniable ideological commitment in the development of National Socialism (1). Although in philosophical-political relation he is a foremost member of the Conservative Revolution, the later is equally arguable phenomenon because of its historical connectedness with the totalitarian regimes. …read more

The Concept of a Specific Human Type in the Conservative Revolution (on the example of Jünger’s Anarch and Evola’s Right Wing Anarchist)

Friday, July 23rd, 2010

This article explores similar personifications of the Conservative Revolutionary concept of a specific human type in the late works of Ernst Jünger and Julius Evola represented by the models of Anarch and the right-wing anarchist accordingly.

Key words: the specific human type, Conservative Revolution, Anarch, right-wing anarchist. …read more