This was a bit of a hard book to read. It starts with mostly philosophical essays. Philosophy, not really my kind of literature.
After a while the texts in this massive book (530 pages) start to varry in subject. Aliens in the philosophy of Kant, filmreviews, Kafka, the Tao of Bruce Lee, Nazi technology. Some texts are fun reads, others less so.
One text is called Against Perennial Philosophy which is more about the term “philosophy” that is used, than about ‘Guénonian current’.
There are 19 essays in this book. As you can see with wildly different subjects. Especially in the first part the author has a ‘there are not many real philosophers, but I am one of them’ air, but it is amusing to see how he goes from conservative to progressive subjects, ‘high’ to ‘low’ culture, heavy and lighter subjects, enough variety. Some texts I mostly skipped through, others were good reads.
It seems that there are already three editions of this book, the last one from another publisher (Arktos).
2017 Manticore Press, isbn 0994595883