Spenglerian moments, borders, and the rise…

Since the publication of The Decline of the West in 1918, Oswald Spengler’s theories of civilizational decline have never truly gone out of fashion. War, Plague, Death and Conquest: no civilizational end of cycle is without its godly scourges. Kingdoms rise and fall, and all is overturned. The Classical Civilization’s crisis had its civil wars, its Justinian Plague, its Attila, and its Goths. The Faustian has had, and will keep having, its own Horsemen of the Apocalypse.

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