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Currently making my way through Heidegger: An Introduction, by Richard Polt, so I can grasp Alexandr Dugin's theory.
Next on the list are The Crisis of Parliamentary Democracy, by Carl Schmitt, and Uncertainty: The Soul of Modeling, Probability and Statistics, by William Briggs, the last one being part of my preparatory readings before diving in Boole's and Maynard Keynes' works on probability and economics.
Took a peek into Mishima's work but found nothing of interest, I don't really like novels and biographies.
And I read Evola's Revolt first few chapters but found it uninteresting, though I like ancient-astronaut-type theories, which Evola's teachings resemble in my opinion.
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