The Fourth Political Theory Reading Group

Millerman PRO presents: The Fourth Political Theory Reading Group!

Are you interested in Alexander Dugin’s The Fourth Political Theory? I am offering an online course and reading group dedicated to studying it with you.

The course features:

  • 12 weekly sessions starting June 17th
  • Video recordings if you can’t make a live session
  • Analysis, interpretation, discussion, Q and A
  • Reference to other writings by Dugin (including untranslated texts)
  • The most comprehensive overview of The Fourth Political Theory in the world

 

I encourage you to sign up to the mailing list if you want to stay informed about this course and want notification when I launch the next one.

If you already know you’d like to study Dugin with me, please register for the course here.   

Registration is now full!

A few spaces might open up depending on how many people attend the video sessions live, so check in here from time to time for updates.

The course costs $49 and begins June 17th. Feel free to email me for more information at millermanmichael@gamil.com.

New Dugin Translation Project

It’s been a while since I have translated a book by Alexander Dugin. The last project I did was a series of essays from platonizm.ru, to be published by Arktos under the title Political Platonism. But in recent conversations with smart political philosophers, Dugin’s second Heidegger book, Martin Heidegger: The Possibility of Russian Philosophy keeps coming up, leaving me with a strong urge to get to work on making it available in English.

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Right Heideggerianism and Jewish Thought

At the University of Toronto, I did a PhD in Political Science. My two subfields were political theory and international relations. But I also did a collaborative degree in Jewish Studies. As part of my degree requirements, I had to give a talk at the Center for Jewish Studies. Controversially, I decided to speak on the relevance of Heidegger to Jewish thought. In particular, I wanted to highlight “Right Heideggerianism” as an understudied philosophical resource.

Because Alexander Dugin is the leading “Right Heideggerian” as defined in the talk, I argued that we should consider the experimental application of his Fourth Political Theory to Zionism. If you’d like to hear the argument in more detail, watch the video below and then read this article: https://bit.ly/2FsYmVI

Book review.

Dangerous Minds: Nietzsche, Heidegger, and the Rise of the Far Right

Philosophers have long been seen as politically useless. Socrates conveys the situation in an image. A city is like a ship upon which sailors are fighting to seize control, some throwing overboard or killing others who have managed to take the helm.

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