View Poll Results: Which do you lean more toward?

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  • Primitive

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  • Classical

    14 31.82%
  • Romantic

    10 22.73%
  • Contemporary

    1 2.27%
  • Other

    8 18.18%
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Thread: Primitive, Classical, Romantic or Contemporary?

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    Primitive, Classical, Romantic or Contemporary?

    In terms of values (both moral and aesthetic) which would you say you lean the most to. I was tempted to add future but... well we can only speculate what future values will be like.:p
    A* I’m a dreadful reactionary, Mrs. Helena. I don’t like this progress one bit.
    H* Like Nana.
    A* Yes, like Nana. Does Nana have a prayer book?
    H* A big fat one.
    A* And are there prayers in it for various occurrences in life? Against storms? Against illness?
    H* Against temptation, against floods -
    A* But not against progress, I suppose?
    H* > I think not.
    A* That’s a shame.

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    Victorian mostly. :p Although you could throw in a good dose of Romantic too when it comes to aesthetic values.

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    Probably primitive. Hidden behind this computer, i'm a barbarian at heart.
    I am Ripper... Tearer... Slasher... Gouger.
    I am the Teeth in the Darkness, the Talons in the Night.
    Mine is Strength... and Lust... and Power!
    I AM BEOWULF!

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    Primitive, rural and rustical, thats the way I like it. So I´ve voted for "Primitive".

    "Judge of your natural character by what you do in your dreams" - Ralph Waldo Emerson

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    Back when I was still a self hating Christian I would refer to myself as a romantic. Now I am much closer to falling under the term primitivist. It's something that sort of snuck up on me over time.

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    I am a gothic, thus: medieval at heart.
    Guild systems, a doublet on, tavern. That's the way I like it.
    The very start of urban (guild) democracy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lögsögumaður View Post
    I am a gothic, thus: medieval at heart.
    Guild systems, a doublet on, tavern. That's the way I like it.
    The very start of urban (guild) democracy.
    I like that era too. Guilds rock.
    A* I’m a dreadful reactionary, Mrs. Helena. I don’t like this progress one bit.
    H* Like Nana.
    A* Yes, like Nana. Does Nana have a prayer book?
    H* A big fat one.
    A* And are there prayers in it for various occurrences in life? Against storms? Against illness?
    H* Against temptation, against floods -
    A* But not against progress, I suppose?
    H* > I think not.
    A* That’s a shame.

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    In any important matter I seem to always end up allowing a sense of Romantic idealism to determine my actions, be it in terms of choice of career, how I run my romantic affairs, or what I do with my time.

    Such an attitude is far from free of repercussion's and though those repercussions are less severe than in probably any previous age, they still make their presence felt...

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    In terms of moralism I don't think anything can really be applied. I do like Feudalism and Caste in terms of old systems however.
    "For the authentic revolutionary conservative, what really counts is to be faithful not to past forms and institutions, but rather to principles of which such forms and institutions have been particular expressions, adequate for a specific period of time and in a specific geographical area." Julius Evola - Men Among the Ruins

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    Classical, sans doute. I am a staunch Aristotelean, and I like classical aesthetics.

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