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Klaus Kaltenbrunner

| 23 lutego 2013 | 0 Komentarzy

Kaltenbrunner75 years ago, February 23rd 1939, Gerd – Klaus Kaltenbrunner was born in Vienna, a philosopher and an essayist, after completing philosophy and law at the University of Vienna, moved (1962 ) to Germany and became involved with the Verlag Herder publishing house; worked with "Merkur", " Zeitbühne", "Criticon", "Epoche", "Theologisches", "MUT" and "Junge Freiheit" in the 1970's he attempted the intellectual "reconstruction of conservatism" in response to the leftist revolt of '68 and the bourgeois-liberal nihilism, defining his metapolitical position as "evolutionary Traditionalism" a devotee of the Baroque and Catholic Counter-Reformation as the last era of traditional culture, the author of two monumental trilogies about Europe presented in more than a hundred microbiographies' of writers and thinkers of every European country ( Poland is represented by A. Cieszkowski ) and "the spirit of Europe" since the 90's withdrew from the world of "planned market economy" and anti-culture to "transcendental parallel economy", also residing in the hermitage as a "secular monk", keeping contact with the world through letters only, dedicating his life to prayer , reading and writing (amongst others apologetic and hagiographic works ), turned to research of religious and mystical schools and traditions , especially that of "negative theology" ( Pseudo – Dionysius the Areopagite, Meister Eckhart, Nicholas of Cusa ), idealist philosophy (FWJ Schelling, W. Struve), Catholic romantic mysticism (K. Emmerich and C. Brentano ) and" integral traditionalism " (R. Guénon, J. Evola, L. Ziegler ). A "Christian esoteric "and a" cheerful apocalyptian", belonging to the already " almost invisible "- " last flock of the faithful " of the Catholic Church, which could be called the "Integral Catholic Church”, “Catholic- Orthodox Church "or" Catholic Church of the End Times ". He died in 2011. 

 

prof. Jacek Bartyzel

translated by Arek Jakubczyk

 

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