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Marcia Christoff-Kurapovna

Marcia Christoff-Kurapovna
Marcia Christoff-Kurapovna lives between Vienna, Austria and Washington, D.C., and has been a contributor to The Wall Street Journal Europe, The International Herald Tribune, The Economist and The Christian Science Monitor, among other publications. Her first book, Shadows on the Mountain, a non-fiction history of intelligence operations in World War II Yugoslavia, was published by John Wiley & Sons, New York, in 2009. In early 2018, her first novel, The Last Will and Testament of Western Man, will be published. She writes a column for the Mises Institute, "Swiss Watch," and currently works as an advisor on and analyst of the fine arts market and European Old Masters. Visit her website.
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Sir John Carew Eccles "The Nature of Man is the ultimate quest of Science." —Sir John Carew Eccles "Let us kill Mind!" Otto Neurath declared in 1921. Such was the mental death...
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Caspar David Friedrich Abbey in an Oak Forest Deep roots are untouched by frost. —J.R.R Tolkien It has been said that the Germanic soul and the forest are...
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“Le grand absent—c'est l'Empire" C. Dufour, Constantinople Imaginaire Everywhere Western man longs for Constantinople and nowhere has he any idea how to find her. To do so is to reclaim, at last, the meaning of an empire that...

Seneca, the Roman philosopher, relates the story of the murder of Callisthenes by Alexander the Great, the "everlasting crime" of the Macedonian leader. Seneca wrote: "For when someone says, 'Alexander killed many thousands of Persians'...