Seed Awakening: The Politics of Zarathustra.

Zarathustra, or the book for all, and a book for none, has been it at the center of the highly provocative pantheon of Friedrich Nietzsche’s writings on the self and on the destiny of one’s higher existence, and as such, an integral work in understanding the Nietzschean project as a whole. Through the thick allegory […]

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The Club’s Weekly Recommendations, 5/19/2017

The Logos Club here presents a brief list of links to some of this weeks most enlightening, amusing and incisive pieces of writing from all across the web. First up is How To Make It As A Left-Wing Polemicist which comes to us from the talented Hubert Collins of Social Matter. The piece is a ironic, […]

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Towards an Art of Purpose

[Originally published via WCR] I have often heard it said, when in a position of judgmental argumentation, “Who are you to judge, who are you to say what is good or bad!” The answer, so starkly white-hot in the mind as to burn through its cranial cage, is always the same, “The only one present.” […]

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