Monarchy

Queen of Spain, Natural Law, Substance of Being

Her Majesty Of Spain Queen Letizia, as Monarch, represents the state of being as reflected in the natural law, and by way of corollary, the unchanging divine order. This order is the prerequisite to a life-giving, edifying society. In states heavily influenced by republicanism and its democratic emphasis on becoming over divine-right being, the Monarch… Continue reading Queen of Spain, Natural Law, Substance of Being

Monarchy, Toward a Philosophy of Monarchy

Toward a Philosophy of Monarchy – Part Five

Edith Stein and Joan of Arc are two of the most significant influences on my spiritual and intellectual life. The Monarchy as the social order of creation’s liturgy. The essence of the Monarchy is the divine order. Its telos is the structuring of human society in accord with the liturgy of the created universe. The… Continue reading Toward a Philosophy of Monarchy – Part Five

Monarchy, Toward a Philosophy of Monarchy

Toward a Philosophy of Monarchy – Part Four

The essence of the authentic state is communal more than contract. The social contract is constitutionally associative, not empathically communal, and therefore is a fabricated social norm. The associative binds together individuals as ‘objects’ while the communal binds together humanity through empathy. Thus, the constitutional republic, as an associative contract, is a fabrication and unsustainable… Continue reading Toward a Philosophy of Monarchy – Part Four

Edith Stein, Monarchy, Toward a Philosophy of Monarchy

Toward a Philosophy of Monarchy – Part Three

The theorem streaming from Edith Stein’s approach to genus, species, and individual is affirming to the royal heart’s “knowing” with regard to freedom and moral cultural standards. What we “know” in our hearts as the a-priori foundation for what we “seek to understand” is that God’s will is always accomplished (through supramundane forming principles) while… Continue reading Toward a Philosophy of Monarchy – Part Three

Edith Stein, Monarchy, Toward a Philosophy of Monarchy

Toward a Philosophy of Monarchy – Part Two

After establishing her model on the basis of science’s classifications of genus, species, and individual, Edith Stein proposes axioms for just how the species is informed by the genus and the individual by the species, i. e., how one comes to know and be filled with the content of who one is. She introduces the… Continue reading Toward a Philosophy of Monarchy – Part Two

Edith Stein, Monarchy, Toward a Philosophy of Monarchy

Toward a Philosophy of Monarchy – Part One

Edith Stein’s work naturally resonates with the royal heart. Her philosophical models are imbued with Platonic overtones even while focusing on Thomism and Thomas’ Aristotelian thought processes. Among the most striking features is her lengthy development of genus, species, and individual. Stein orders her philosophical model by leveraging the scientific classifications. Possibly more than any… Continue reading Toward a Philosophy of Monarchy – Part One

Royal Quips

We are no longer a nation – it’s time to restructure

We are no longer a nation, and that is what's so painful. That's why this is so ugly. Historians years from now will mark the end of America, not as a point in time in our future, but one in our past. We exist today as warring clans who really do not want to live… Continue reading We are no longer a nation – it’s time to restructure

Heresy of Americanism

It is due to Catholic and Royal France that there is a United States in the first place.

It is due to Catholic and Royal France that there is a United States in the first place. We were taught that our Founding Fathers were the bravest of the brave, who selflessly, with blood-bandaged feet and bloodied faces, shed the shackles of serfdom for freedom. But the truth is, without the Catholic and Royal… Continue reading It is due to Catholic and Royal France that there is a United States in the first place.

Royal Quips

I’m not so sure I am totally opposed to Ocasio-Cortez

I'm not so sure that I am totally opposed to Ocasio-Cortez. She is the Reactionary Left, while Trump is the Reactionary Right. Most tend to focus on the Left and Right part of that equation. I focus on the Reactionary commonality. The goal for me is not so much Republicans winning over Democrats, I belong… Continue reading I’m not so sure I am totally opposed to Ocasio-Cortez