Subscribe Telos Online Internships
The Forest Passage
by Ernst Jünger
Ernst Jünger’s The Forest Passage explores the possibility of resistance: how the independent thinker can withstand and oppose the power of the omnipresent state. No matter how extensive the technologies of surveillance become, the forest can shelter the rebel, and the rebel can strike back against tyranny. Jünger’s manifesto is a defense of freedom against the pressure to conform to political manipulation and artificial consensus.
Holiday Book Sale!
Save 20% on select Telos Press books between now and December 31st
The 2014 Telos Conference
The Difficulty of Democracy:
Diagnoses and Prognoses
February 15–16, 2014
New York City
The 2014 Telos Conference will analyze the key characteristics of democracy in order to determine the precise advantages and disadvantages of this form of government in comparison to alternatives, the reasons for its rarity and volatility, and the factors that are essential for its stability.
Jihad and Jew-Hatred:
Islamism, Nazism and the Roots of 9/11
by Matthias Küntzel
We're pleased to announce that Matthias Küntzel's Jihad and Jew-Hatred: Islamism, Nazism, and the Roots of 9/11 is now available for purchase as a Kindle eBook.
To purchase the eBook, visit the Amazon.com product page
or buy it from within your Kindle reader or mobile Kindle app.
Telos in Europe: The L'Aquila Conference
The Idea of Europe
September 5–8, 2014
The focus of the conference is on the idea of Europe, which encompasses different conceptions and rival visions of what Europe is, could be, and should be. The conference organizers invite papers that address the complex dimension of this theme, whether in terms of Europe itself or Europe's ties with the rest of the world.
Telos 164 · Fall 2013
Italian Jews and Fascism
Reviewing the totality of Italian work on Fascism produced over the past two decades, it is safe to say that no topic has received more attention than what happened to the Jews during the Fascist regime, the German occupation, and the immediate postwar period. Yet little of this newer literature has been translated or received significant attention outside of Italy. In Telos 164, we feature contributions by Italian scholars whose research illuminates what had previously been mystified and left largely to official myths and anecdotal apologia.
Read Franklin Hugh Adler's introduction to Telos