The Sunic Journal: Interview with Joseph D. Pryce

September 7, 2010

Cover Of Mansions Of Irkalla By J D Pryce

Joseph D. Pryce is a musician, a poet, and a philosopher and translator from New York. Topics include:

  • The 19th century symbolist literature and poetry from E. A. Poe to Charles Baudelaire;
  • He meaning of “decadent literature” in the 19th century and the meaning of ‘social-political decadence’ in the early 21st century;
  • Arthur Schopenhauer and the ‘culture of political pessimism’;
  • Mr. Pryce’s upcoming book of translations of the German philosopher Ludwig Klages; one of the most important German thinker of the 20th century, associated with “conservative revolution.” To be published by the Arktos media;
  • Mr. Pryce’s book of poems, The Mansions of Irkalla.

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5 Responses to “The Sunic Journal: Interview with Joseph D. Pryce”

  1. Giorgo T on September 10th, 2010 11:01 pm

    Doc Sunic!

    Pryce its like he is actually interviewing Poe. Doc Sunic you should have had Pryce recite a poem by heart.

    -Here is my off-topic comment actually it’s a TV Segment.

    Good to be back!

  2. Giorgo T on September 10th, 2010 11:13 pm

    If there is more to the world than froth and entertainment is the intermission of Sunic Journal included as froth or beer? God the . koreans are out of there gigantic gords. The reporter was in the Russia Far East.

  3. Giorgo T on September 11th, 2010 12:01 am

    Horizontal Horizons. Mr. Pyrce I imagined you voice was emanating from the image on the cover of Mansions or Irkalla. I’m reminded of Harold Bloom only interesting.

    Klages semms like it could be a Magyar name.

    Apodictic, from Greek apodeiktiko, is a choice word.

    On Wiki it says Klages died in 1956 so he couldn’t have known about Johnson and Nixon’s America.

    Anthony Trollope.

    The outro is epic Prof Sunic!

  4. Ragnar on September 14th, 2010 11:16 am

    Great show. Thank you.

    Joseph D. Pryce mentioned an author who he regards as the person who completed Friedrich Nietzsche ideas, as he completely moved from Christianity to Paganism. What is that author’s name?

    Also, where is a good place to start in relation to reading Poe?

  5. Ragnar on September 14th, 2010 12:04 pm

    I have found the answer to my first question -Ludwig Klages.