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An Archaeology of Perspectives at War: Aristocracy, Technology, and the Illusion of Progress
The Apex of the Aristocratic Ruling Class as the Perennial Prime Mover of All Historical Narrative And Other Observations
Updated Limited White Pocket Edition March 2017

An Archaeology of Perspectives at War: Aristocracy, Technology, and the Illusion of Progress is the author’s first work in a true multidisciplinary and multifaceted approach to the dynamics of hierarchy, social control, and history. This pocket edition includes over 1,300 original aphorisms, famous and obscure quotes by influential personae, and an Invocation to the Muses. Cyclical, cynical, and somewhat Nietzschean, the author has created a sibylline book for at least the next thousand years.

Look past the illusion projected unto you. Don’t mistake the ruling elite with their servants, who play the part of public representatives.

The true ruling elite becomes more surreptitious, until it is almost imperceptible, when the technician class believes in the supremacy of its own meritocracy.

Panic among the political class does not equate to fear of the reactions of the voting populace, but sheer abject terror from the possible reactions of the elites who gave them the rewarded manumission of political caste in the first place.

In a world dominated by corporatism, the individual may be relatively safe as long as he continues to consume.

Shall We Break the Fourth Wall of Apparatchik-Sponsored Agitprop?—
The Fifth Column is supported by the Fourth Estate.

It is surprising that the modern equivalent of the Satyr play has not yet materialized. Yet, after the Satyr play comes tragedy...

Faustian Man—
The East creates the metaphor; the West actualizes the intangibility.

Zugzwang and Zwischenzug—
When the masculine Realpolitik of hard power collides with feminine politics of soft power, Realpolitik tends to force the irrational hand of soft power.

Civilization as Commodification—
Culture is the comprehension and celebration of the dynamism of human instincts. Civilization is their commodification.

The mixture of popular culture and mass media in the last century and beyond should technically be considered anti-intellectual terrorism. In the Age of Thersites, popular culture is psychological warfare.

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Book Description Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English. Brand new Book. An Archaeology of Perspectives at War: Aristocracy, Technology, and the Illusion of Progress The Apex of the Aristocratic Ruling Class as the Perennial Prime Mover of All Historical Narrative And Other Observations Updated Limited White Pocket Edition March 2017 An Archaeology of Perspectives at War: Aristocracy, Technology, and the Illusion of Progress is the author's first work in a true multidisciplinary and multifaceted approach to the dynamics of hierarchy, social control, and history. This pocket edition includes over 1,300 original aphorisms, famous and obscure quotes by influential personae, and an Invocation to the Muses. Cyclical, cynical, and somewhat Nietzschean, the author has created a sibylline book for at least the next thousand years. Look past the illusion projected unto you. Don't mistake the ruling elite with their servants, who play the part of public representatives. The true ruling elite becomes more surreptitious, until it is almost imperceptible, when the technician class believes in the supremacy of its own meritocracy. Panic among the political class does not equate to fear of the reactions of the voting populace, but sheer abject terror from the possible reactions of the elites who gave them the rewarded manumission of political caste in the first place. In a world dominated by corporatism, the individual may be relatively safe as long as he continues to consume. Shall We Break the Fourth Wall of Apparatchik-Sponsored Agitprop?- The Fifth Column is supported by the Fourth Estate. It is surprising that the modern equivalent of the Satyr play has not yet materialized. Yet, after the Satyr play comes tragedy. Faustian Man- The East creates the metaphor; the West actualizes the intangibility. Zugzwang and Zwischenzug- When the masculine Realpolitik of hard power collides with feminine politics of soft power, Realpolitik tends to force the irrational hand of soft power. Civilization as Commodification- Culture is the comprehension and celebration of the dynamism of human instincts. Civilization is their commodification. The mixture of popular culture and mass media in the last century and beyond should technically be considered anti-intellectual terrorism. In the Age of Thersites, popular culture is psychological warfare. Seller Inventory # APC9781537070131

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