Hegel is a post-Kantian Platonist.

Hegel is a post-Kantian Platonist. Taking full advantage of the anti-Aristotelianism sanctioned by Kant, Hegel launches an attack on the root principles of Aristotle’s philosophy: on the principles of Aristotelian logic (which even Kant had not dared to challenge...

“Du bist nichts; dein Volk ist alles”

“[T]he wishes and the selfishness of the individual must appear as nothing and submit,” declares Hitler in Mein Kampf; a man must “renounce putting forward his personal opinion and interests and sacrifice both. . . .” The political implementation of “subservience to...

The Cause of Hitler’s Germany Now In Stores

To this day, Nazism remains vivid in the public mind as the greatest evil in human history, and continues to be the subject or background of countless novels, films, and non-fiction analyses. But the artists and scholars of 2014 still have no real explanation; they...

Eichmann was a Kantian

“If a man believes that the good is intrinsic in certain actions, he will not hesitate to force others to perform them. If he believes that the human benefit or injury caused by such actions is of no significance, he will regard a sea of blood as of no...

Makes the rise of the Nazis finally intelligible

DR. PEIKOFF’S ANSWER TO “HOW COULD IT HAVE HAPPENED?” IS: “THE LAND OF POETS AND PHILOSOPHERS WAS BROUGHT DOWN BY ITS POETS AND PHILOSOPHERS.” This book answers the plaguing question: How could it happen? How could ordinary people,...