Definitions

Sorry, no definitions found. You may find more data at spenglerian.

Etymologies

Sorry, no etymologies found.

Examples

  • All this Spenglerian gloom points to an inescapable conclusion: America must retrench strategically.

    Will Marshall: Hillary Rebuts the Declinists

  • Meanwhile, the Japanese total fertility rate has plummeted, reaching a Spenglerian sub-replacement level of 1.3 children per woman, among the lowest in the history of the industrialized world.

    Let’s Die Together

  • The Spenglerian gloom is thick as spaghetti over at the redesigned Pajamas Media, where Israel's anticlimactic battle royale with Hezbollah seems to have sent its blogroll into a derivative funk -- warmed-over existential despair, the kind mama used to make before she ran off to join a commune.

    The Sorrow and the Titties: James Wolcott

  • Buchanan does not need to close his book with an invocation of a dying West, as if to summarize this long recital of Spenglerian doomsaying.

    A War Worth Fighting

  • Her peevishness, his coldness; her bubble-brained woman's magazine wisdom, his Spenglerian glooming about modern civilization.

    Throne Out

  • Somebody who wanted to recast the entire Mythos as a Spenglerian, neo-Platonist, Gnostic myth-cycle could do worse than build on the frozen foundations of Lomar.

    Kenneth Hite's Journal

  • There are pathologies of the omniscient voice: The bigger disorders include tendencies to Panglossian optimism or Spenglerian doommongering.

    Economic Principals

  • This Spenglerian perception poses profound questions about the fate of our own Western civilization.

    Sands of Empire

  • In this proverb is seen the essential Spenglerian view of the Magian culture—the sensibility of confined space and time, within which unfolds the battle between the forces of light and the forces of darkness, the House of Islam and the House of War.

    Sands of Empire

  • Spenglerian,prolog polemics entreaty exposing considerately

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Velocious:

Comments

Log in or sign up to get involved in the conversation. It's quick and easy.