Quote of the Week: Bryce Laliberte, “What is Neoreaction”

Posted: March 15, 2015 in Uncategorized

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Bryce LaliberteIn one sense it the refusal to dialogue with modernism that allows neoreaction to develop, for the very idea of modernism is that dialogue only occurs in the case that one accepts its presuppositions about the good of equality and the dissolution of historically fundamental institutions in the name of such a pursuit. Seeing that equality costs so much, the neoreactionary opts instead for the secure foundation of natural society, Nature and Nature’s God as it has been called. The willingness to ask certain questions with a view to actually pursuing their answers without pausing to consider what one was taught to hope and to see opens the mind to a reality which has otherwise been precluded, so it is no wonder that it should be called a Dark Enlightenment. What has been forgotten has been remembered, recovered, and now it is the wonder of how to reform.

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