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Talking to the Wolf: The Alexander Dugin Interviews

Nicholas Rooney

Talking to the Wolf is an insightful and stimulating collection of interviews with Russian geopolitical philosopher Alexander Dugin, many of which appear in Nicholas Rooney’s fascinating 2022 film documentary The Wolf in the Moonlight. In this book, Rooney offers us these conversations in an unfiltered way. Unhampered by the demands of film editing, he shows us ‘the extended version’. Talking to the Wolf allows us to hear Dugin expound at length on many sensitive subjects, including the conflict in Ukraine, Russian geopolitical destiny, ancient Slavic history, Eurasianism, the Orthodox Church, the poison of Western liberalism, the failures of Fascism and Communism, as well as Dugin’s synthesis of Logos philosophy.

Talking to the Wolf is unique in that we see Dugin approaching these subjects on a personal level and in an informal tone, which distinguishes it from Dugin’s more professional, academic work. In that way, the book also serves as a readable introduction to Dugin as a whole; his philosophy, his politics, and his spirituality. Both the novice to Dugin literature and the well-read expert will thoroughly enjoy this new material. Most importantly, readers can bypass the anti-traditionalist attacks against Dugin and hear the man — up close and personal — for themselves. As Dugin remains one of the most censored authors in Western media, Talking to the Wolf is a timely and crucial contribution to cross-cultural dialogue.

Alain de Benoist

Alain de Benoist attributed liberalism and the individualism that stems from it to the idea of making man, a social animal, a being removed from the soil, uprooted from any community and therefore interchangeable. This essay gives Benoist the opportunity to return to this theme by developing a definition of what he calls ‘the ideology of Sameness’.

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Jason Reza Jorjani

Promethean Pirate concludes the trilogy that began with Jorjani’s Faustian Futurist and Uber Man, but it does so as a philosophical work of non-fiction. Jorjani shockingly reveals the realities behind narratives that were at the core of those two putatively “fictional” texts. In particular, the reader will be presented with startling information about Atlantis, the origins of the Counter-Tradition, the life of Nikola Tesla, and the hidden ambitions of Ghislaine Maxwell.

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