Ludovici

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Anthony Ludovici - Writing
... Ludovici's writing was varied, and took traditional conservative stances on social issues ... multiculturalism, and the modern culture of consumerism and revolt against tradition constituted Ludovici's main areas of attack ... In his A Defence of Aristocracy (1915), Ludovici defends aristocracy against government in popular control ...
Anthony Ludovici
... Anthony Mario Ludovici MBE (8 January 1882 – 3 April 1971) was a British philosopher, sociologist, social critic and polyglot ... Ludovici began his career as an artist, painting and illustrating books ...
Albert Ludovici, Sr.
... Albert Johann Ludovici (3 September 1820 in Zittau, Saxony – September 1894 in Vevey, Switzerland), son of Henriette Amilie (née Wölher 1795–1826) and Johann August ... Ludovici's friend, the sculptor Jules Dalou presented him and his family with a terracotta bust of Ludovici in gratitude for their help after Dalou left ... Albert Ludovici died in Vevey, Switzerland in September 1894 ...
Anthony Ludovici - Early Life
... Ludovici was born in London, England on 8 January 1882 to Albert Ludovici, an artist, and Marie Cals ... It also marks a watershed or change in Ludovici's writing, to a more overt political line, which would only sharpen over the next 25 years ... Ludovici contributed several volumes ...
The Will To Power (manuscript) - Translations
... Ludovici in 1910, and was published in Oscar Levy's edition of Nietzsche's papers ... Hollingdale offers both praise and criticism for Ludovici's edition, saying that, "Dr ... Levy was probably quite right when in a prefatory note he called Ludovici 'the most gifted and conscientious of my collaborators,' but unfortunately this does not mean that ...