The Post-Left: An Archaeology and a Genealogy

Distrust those cosmopolitans who search out remote duties in their books and neglect those that lie nearest. Such philosophers will love the Tartars to avoid loving their neighbor. – Jean-Jacques Rousseau

The victims most interesting to us are always those who allow us to condemn our neighbors. And our neighbors do the same.
– René Girard

Prelude or Postmortem?
A synchronic (structural) and diachronic (historical) analysis of today’s anti- Western left is sorely needed. [1] This essay is a first attempt.

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