Pedro Blas González


Living on the Surface of Life

(May 2028)

Cyclical History, Existential Entropy

(April 2024)

Walker Percy Exposes Carl Sagan’s Naive Scientism

(March 2024)

Louis Ferdinand Celine: Crossing the Point of No Return

(February 2024)

Miguel de Unamuno’s Existential ‘Mist’

(January 2024)

Frederick Forsyth’s ‘The Shepherd,’ a Christmas Story

(December 2023)

Kingsley Amis, Man of Letters

(November 2023)

Innocence and Wonder in ‘Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland’ and ‘Through the Looking-Glass’

(October 2023)

Maxims, Existential Journal

(September 2023)

Gavin Lyall: Celebration of Liberty of Expression in Literature and Fiction

(August 2023)

A Celebration of John Creasey’s Writing

(July 2023)

Observation of Human Nature and Eddie Rickenbacker’s Common Sense Realism

(June 2023)

Celine’s Death on the Installment Plan

(May 2023)

The Rediscovery of Reason and Good Will

(April 2023)

Céline’s ‘Journey to the End of the Night’

(March 2023)

Reality and Eternity (To Reflect Sub Specie Aeternitatis)

(February 2023)

Coming to America: The Cuban Freedom Flights, 1965-1973

(January 2023)

Eric Hoffer, Discontent and The True Believer

(December 2022)

Julián Marías, Vocation in Philosophy

(November 2022)

The Art of Novelist Elmer Kelton

(October 2022)

Václav Havel’s ‘The Power of the Powerless’

(September 2022)

Life, Reason, and Literature in a Time of Mass Psychosis

(August 2022)

The Arcanus Project

(June 2022)

Literary Vignettes

(July 2022)

Hatred of Human Reality Defines Postmodern Tragedy

(June 2022)

The City: Pompeii 79 A.D., Manhattan, 2022

(May 2021)

The Dissonance of Postmodern Life

(April 2022)

William B. Ruger’s Art Collection

(March 2022)

Postmodernism, Harbinger of Apocalypse

(February 2022)

For the Love of Literature

(January 2022)


(December 2021)

The Oppressive Essence of Beauty

(December 2021)

The Barefoot Boy

(November 2021)

Leftism’s Nihilism on the March

(November 2021)

The Corrosive Nature of Cynicism

(October 2021)

Calumny and Defamation of the Human Person in William Peter Blatty’s The Exorcist

(September 2021)

Hemingway’s The Old Man and the Sea: Fishing, Work and Irony

(August 2021)

Michael Crichton and the Height of Postmodern Scientism

(July 2021)

Futurism and the Human Person

(June 2021)

A Trickle of Apocalypse

(May 2021)

Springtime for Nihilism

(April 2021)

The Future of Intelligence and the Intelligentsia

(March 2021)

Evil in Flaubert’s The Temptation of Saint Anthony

(February 2021)

2021, The Normalization of Color Revolutions

(January 2021)

Good and Evil in C. S. Lewis’ Space Trilogy

(December 2020)

Darkness Visible in J. G. Ballard’s Concrete Island and High-Rise

(November 2020)

A Canticle for Liebowitz and Cyclical History

(October 2020)

Nicolás Gómez-Dávila, Philosopher Extraordinaire

(September 2020)

Stanislaw Ignacy Witkiewicz’s Insatiability

(August 2020)

Louis L’Amour and Natural Aristocracy

(July 2020)

Eric Hoffer, the Working Philosopher

(June 2020)

Chapman Pincher’s ‘Not With a Bang’ and Coronavirus

(May 2020)

Tom Wolfe and the Ascent of Mass Man

(April 2020)

Walking in Manhattan and Böcklin’s Isle of the Dead

(March 2020)

Michel Houellebecq’s ‘Serotonin: A Novel’

(February 2020)

Tom Wolfe’s Mastery of Postmodern America

(January 2019)

Generations X, Y, and Z and the Future of Democracy

(December 2019)

Past and Future Gulags, Part II

(November 2019)

Past and Future Gulags, Part I

(October 2019)

Jean François Revel, the Totalitarian Impulse, and Intellectuals

(September 2019)

J. G. Ballard’s The Atrocity Exhibition and Postmodern Dystopia

(August 2019)

My America: A Portrait of Exile

(July 2019)

Intuition and Virtue in Miguel Delibes’ Las Ratas

(May 2019)

Anthony Powell’s A Dance to the Music of Time: First Movement

(April 2019)

Happiness and Children

(January 2019)

Pop Socialism, Circa 2018

(December 2018)

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