Restoring Sovereignty: A Conversation with Alexander Dugin about Japan


The West is spiraling into chaos. Russia is recovering its civilizational greatness. The difference lies in the life of the mind—or, rather, in the difference between thinking and mindlessness. Russia has learned from bitter experience that philosophy, true thought, is indispensable for human flourishing. The West, by stark contrast, remains mired in destructive anti-thinking (LGBTQ hedonism, Nominalism, wokeism, gender theory, and more), and so is dying. The West needs philosophy, but is it too proud to learn it from Russia, a civilization that the West’s overlords claim (mindlessly) to be an enemy?