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Donald Trump and the Fourth Political Theory

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Aleksandr Dugin speaks to Luis Razo Bravo about the problems he has with Western liberals and about his proposal for a "Fourth Political Theory". Time Stamp: 00:00 -- Opening Quote by Dugin 01:09 -- Introduction to Dugin and the exchange 03:53 -- How Dugin feels about the threat of human extinction 07:10 -- Are we in a position to avoid human extinction? Liberals vs. conservatives. 11:43 -- The mistake of modernity from Dugin's perspective 18:43 -- The mistake of modernity from Razo's perspective 23:04 -- Dugin on Platonic ideas and the mistaken vision of Locke 25:17 -- Dugin on the Council of Trent, the Spanish scholastics, and Protestant rebellion 26:55 -- Dugin on Protestant Calvinism and the profit motive 27:45 -- Razo on the tension between Catholic south and Protestant north 28:38 -- The tension between Duginian Russia and Trumpian USA 31:28 -- Dugan on Biden and the progressives 33:15 -- Dugin on Trump as the new hope of revival in the US 36:20 -- Razo asks Dugin about his recommended sabotage of US culture 39:18 -- Dugin on Trump and the realization that half of US hates the other half 42:35 -- Razo asks about Dugin's "Fourth Political Theory" 45:56 -- Razo asks Dugin about the rising call for socialism in the US 48:25 -- Razo highlights Dugin's vision of unity between left and right anti-liberal causes 51:09 -- Razo asks Dugin for more specificity about this proposal (Heidegger's "Dasein") 55:05 -- Razo asks Dugin about leadership and Dugin says ideas are a priority 58:18 -- How to make philosophers kings and kings philosophers 59:59 -- Parting words from Dugin

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Fourth Political Theory (introduction, presentation, development)

The three main ideologies of the Twentieth century were:

1)  liberalism (Left and Right)

2)  communism (including both Marxism and socialism, along with social democracy)

3) fascism (including National Socialism and other varieties of the Third Way — Franco’s National Syndicalism, Perón’s ‘Justicialism’, Salazar’s regime, etc.).

The Fourth Political Theory is conceived as an alternative to postliberalism, but not as one ideological arrangement in relation to another. Instead, it is as an incorporeal idea opposed to corporeal matter; as a possibility entering into conflict with the actuality, as that which is yet to come into being attacking that which is already in existence.

At the same time, the Fourth Political Theory cannot be the continuation of either the second political theory or the third. The end of fascism, much like the end of communism, was not just an accidental misunderstanding, but the expression of a rather lucid historical logic. They challenged the spirit of modernity (fascism did so almost openly, communism more covertly. The Fourth Political Theory is a ‘crusade’ against: •     postmodernity, •     the post-industrial society, •     liberal thought realised in practice, •     and globalisation, as well as its its logistical and technological bases.

Site of Fourth Political Theory 4PT.SU

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