The Worthy House

Reality-focused writings, often on history, politics, and human flourishing in the post-liberal future.

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Our future, if we have the will to grasp it, in a nutshell. The written version of this review can be found here. We strongly encourage, in these days of censorship and deplatforming, all readers to b...
June 17, 2021
Something different--not a complete Worthy House offering, but a direction to one related to The Worthy House. I am pleased to announce that The Claremont Institute, in the form of The American Mind, ...
June 12, 2021
Of a forgotten book that precisely predicts our current American situation, and is a salutary reminder of the universal behavior of the Left. The written version of this review can be found here. We s...
June 10, 2021
The insane, yet weirdly compelling and with flashes of great insight, vision of the late Guillaume Faye, who wrote of combining the past and the future, while erasing the present.  (This review was fi...
June 7, 2021
Of the downsides, and a few upsides, of private equity and other financial engineering, viewed through the decline of Lancaster, Ohio, a condensed symbol of much that has gone wrong with America. The ...
May 25, 2021
And now for something completely different, an eighty-year-old work about medieval philosophies. (The written version of this review was first published September 8, 2018.  Written versions are availa...
May 22, 2021
A story of achievement and accomplishment, gripping in every detail, which highlights how far we have fallen from greatness. (The written version of this review can be found here.)
May 10, 2021
The original Man of Destiny, a possible template for our own future Man of Destiny. (The written version of this review was first published September 7, 2018.  Written versions are available here.)
May 7, 2021
Yevgeny Zamyatin's We, from 1921, is the original dystopia that spawned all other twentieth-century dystopias portrayed in literature. Despite being the oldest dystopia, it is in some ways the most re...
April 23, 2021
The prolific Peter Turchin offers another attempt to quantify and mathematize history. It's not bad, and it's fairly interesting, but it's not nearly as successful as his more famous Ages of Discord. ...
April 20, 2021

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