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Honore de Balzac: Ferragus. . .

It is my hope that the few readers that my still happen my this defunct and lonely place might chance to see this truth bomb and spread it about.  It is an exceptional statement of the nature of woman from … Continue reading

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Things Gentlemen Do; Or Its Better To Be Strong Than Smart

Tanner at Masculine Style recently posted an image of a pair of dueling pistolswhich set my mind to consider duelling.  Men in fine suits firing finer pistols at one another for the sake of some sort of aetheric essence known … Continue reading

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Marriage: The Right Way

This all started as a comment I began at Donlak’s on his Marriage Follow Up, but that isn’t where it began.  Then we have Alkibiades’ response, and Ulysses’. From Donlak’s two articles: There are risks in anything in life, and … Continue reading

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Why Cane And Dalrock Are Both Wrong

Agamemnon–one more night–will have to wait. For the moment let us feign that the the dead horse is not dead and hit him once again.  Cane Caldo stirred the Manospherian pot over at Dalrock’s–for those who just woke from a … Continue reading

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La Boetie: Not Spanish For The Bowtie

The week’s reading comes partially as a response to rereading Civil Disobedience and the thoughts that came with that and in part while those were steeping reading a series of articles at The Left Half: Here, Here, and now Here. … Continue reading

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HD Thoreau: The Original MGTOW

The only obligation which I have a right to assume is to do at any time what I think right. -Henry David Thoreau Though Thoreau, as far as I am aware, was not one for swooping fly ladies, he ought … Continue reading

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Homer: The Iliad, Book I

It is indeed a pity that our great public knows so little about poetry; almost as little, in fact, as our poets. -Heinrich Heine The ‘thing itself’ with which one is here dealing — the critical perception of poetic truth … Continue reading

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