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Matthew Omolesky
Matthew Omolesky
Matthew Omolesky is a human rights lawyer and a researcher in the fields of cultural heritage preservation and law and anthropology. A Fellow of the Royal Anthropological Institute, he has been contributing to The American Spectator since 2006, as well as to publications including Quadrant, Lehrhaus, Europe2020, the European Journal of Archaeology, and Democratiya.
by | Apr 3, 2021

Revolutions swing back and forth between puritanism and debauchery, without touching civilized ground. – Nicolás Gómez Dávila, Escolios a un…

by | Mar 12, 2021

We were aware that the visible earth is made of ashes, and that ashes signify something. Through the obscure depths…

by | Feb 6, 2021

Today the individual must reconstruct within himself the civilized universe that is disappearing around him. – Nicolás Gómez Dávila, Escolios…

by | Jan 15, 2021

In the dedicatory preface to his 1904 play Peter Pan; or, the Boy Who Wouldn’t Grow Up, J. M. Barrie…

by | Dec 23, 2020

Not far from Germany’s border with the Netherlands, nestled between the meandering Lower Rhine Valley and the sodden marshland engirdling…

by | Nov 19, 2020

Apreciar lo antiguo, o lo moderno, es fácil; pero apreciar lo obsoleto es el triunfo del gusto auténtico. [To appreciate…

by | Oct 4, 2020

From our vantage point overlooking a broad, closely forested river valley, we gaze across the slow eddies of the watercourse…

by | Aug 15, 2020

I Maurice Berger, the French child psychologist, psychoanalyst, and professor at the National School of Magistrates, has spent some four…

by | Jul 24, 2020

Balabish, 1915. Thomas Whittemore and fellow members of the Egypt Exploration Society have spent the winter conducting excavations at this…

by | Jul 1, 2020

I The Zionist social critic Max Nordau began his 1916 treatise Die Biologie der Ethik with a vivid recapitulation of…

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