The Lost Philosopher: The Best of Anthony M. Ludovici
The Lost Philosopher:
The Best of Anthony M. Ludovici
edited by John V. Day
Ludovici in his own words! This 125,000-word anthology collects Ludovici’s most penetrating thoughts on nine topics: Religion, Conservatism, Liberalism, Men and Women, Eugenics, Health, Education, Economics, and Art.
“Of all unjustly ignored authors, Anthony M. Ludovici is certainly the one who today most deserves to be remembered. In his works, as imposing in quantity as in quality, this profoundly original philosopher never ceased to offer opinions on the most various subjects (from religion and education to art, eugenics, and the relations between the sexes) that are perfectly op-posed to contemporary ‘political correctness.’ Even those who will disapprove of his remarks will be able to recognize their prescient character. For collecting in this volume the most significant pages of Ludovici’s works, John V. Day without a doubt deserves the gratitude of all free spirits.”—Alain de Benoist, author of On Being a Pagan (Ultra, 2004)
“I welcome this anthology as a fitting testimonial to a gracious man who worked tirelessly to introduce Nietzsche's work to the English-speaking world.”—David S. Thatcher, University of Victoria, author of Nietzsche in England, 1890-1914 (University of Toronto Press, 1970)