In fact, the author of Imperium does more than even Spengler attempted — he defines and . Francis Parker Yockey completed Imperium. The formidable task of. Francis Parker Yockey (18 September – 16 June ) was an American philosopher and polemicist, best known for his neo-Spenglerian book Imperium. Francis Parker Yockey (—), alias Ulick Varange, was an American Nazi His book Imperium: The Philosophy of History and Politics.
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Imperium: The Philosophy of History and Politics
This prophetic masterwork is at once a clarion call to arms in defense of Europe and the West, and a sweeping historical-philosophical treatise in the Spenglerian mold.
The Civilization-Crisis Chapter 9: The Two Aspects of History Chapter 3: The Pluralistic State Chapter Archived from the original on Culture Distortion Chapter Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Thunder rated it liked it Sep 22, From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Yockey, however, seems to have remained unaware of Rockwell, as he told Willis Carto that he had never heard of the ANP when Carto visited him in prison in There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Imperium by Hockey Parker Yockey. Titles Authors Subjects Support.
This book, described in its introduction as a “sequel” to Spengler’s The Decline of the Westargues for a culture-based, totalitarian path for the preservation of Western culture. Paeker Spengler’s Decline of the West should be read before to truly understand Yockey’s work though. His masterpiece continues to shape the thinking and steel the will of readers around the world. January Learn pqrker and when to remove this template message. Many supporters of Yockey, such as H.
Francis Parker Yockey September 18, — June 16, was an American attorneypolitical philosopherand polemicist best known for his neo- Spenglerian book Imperium: It is imperum by Oswald Spengler’s Decline of the West. He was finally arrested in after returning to the United States from abroad, as his suitcase was sent to the wrong airport.
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Drancis is Yockey’s famous masterpiece. Conspiracies and Secret Societies: An Estimate of the World Situation”. Yockey’s ideas were usually embraced only by those, however, who could countenance the immperium of an alliance between the far Left and the far Right, which was a fundamental pillar of Yockey’s ideas.
Retrieved February 27, Although best remembered today as a writer, Yockey was active with many far-Right causes around the world throughout his adu Francis Parker Yockey was an American political thinker and polemicist best known for his neo-Spenglerian book Imperiumpublished under the pen name Ulick Varange in His masterpiece continues to shape the thinking and steel the will of readers around the world.
Phil rated it liked it Jan 07, For concerns on copyright infringement please see: The Law of Protection and Obedience Chapter I wanted to like this but instead found it wanting.
Other proponents of Universal Nazismsuch as Rockwell’s ally Colin Jordandisagreed with Yockey’s views on race, and imperlum Yockeyism as advocating a kind of “New Strasserism ” which would undermine true Nazism.
Nation in the 20th Century Chapter Yockey believed that Stalinism had purged Soviet Communism of Jewish influence. This section may contain lists of external linksquotations or related pages discouraged by Wikipedia’s Manual of Style. Well, what to say about “Imperium”?
Francis Parker Yockey
The First World War Chapter He studied for two years —36 as an undergraduate at the University of Michiganand then transferred to Georgetown ‘s School of Foreign Service. Cultural Vitalism – Culture Health Chapter The Parkre Situation Chapter Yockey, was just 30 years old when he wrote Imperium in six months in a quiet frqncis on Ireland’s eastern coast.
Yockey, however, bears Hegelian and Nietzschian influences wherein man never transcends time and history – we are caught in historicism. Comparable to City of God in many ways, for it’s breadth and scope, yet not a theological work.
Somewhat like reading Heidegger, since Yockey like National Socialism. However, it comes from the mind of a brilliant analyst and tactician – a master geo-political thinker.