ASSIDVVS VSVS VNI REI DEDITVS ET INGENIVM ET ARTEM SAEPE VINCIT
Translated by W.C. Bryant
Foreword by Ricardo Duchesne
Iliad is the cornerstone of the Western canon. Imperium Press presents Bryant’s celebrated verse translation, renowned for over a century as our mother tongue’s “best echo of the old Greek epic.”
In his foreword, Ricardo Duchesne shows Iliad to be a poem not for all times and places, but a native expression of a specifically European warrior aristocratic ethos. And one, as he shows, that represents a formative moment in the development of consciousness itself.
Nemesis: The Jouvenelian vs. the Liberal Model of Human Orders
Examining history through the lens of Bertrand de Jouvenel's "high–low vs. middle" mechanism, C.A. Bond lays bare the hyper-centralisation of power under liberalism and democracy, and the failure of liberal histories to recognise, much less account for it.
Ranging over such phenomena as Athenian democracy, radical Islam, Black Lives Matter, NGOs, the Enlightenment, the civil rights era, and feminism, Bond offers a secure theoretical basis for the illiberal revolt currently engulfing our world. The publication of this work is an event that all historians and political observers will need to come to grips with.