Thursday, November 5, 2009

October 1974 Scita Et Scienda: The Dwarfing of Modern Man

This timely essay on Scientism addresses the inabillity of specialists to really think outside of their disciplines and highlights on of the critical tragedies of our education system that most people are for all intents and purposes uneducated and therefore, predisposed to be irreligious.

Erik von Kuehnelt-Leddihn was educated at the Theresianic Academy in Vienna and received his Ph.D. from the University of Budapest. He has taught history at Beaumont College (England), Georgetown University and Chestnut Hill College, was head of the department of history and sociology at St. Peter's College, and taught Japanese at Fordham University. Since 1947 he has devoted himself to writing, traveling, and further studies.

Imprimis Article here...

Ernst Junger: Anarch und Katholik

Alle wegen fuhrt nach Rom. bei Erik von Kuehnelt-Leddihn

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