Jacob, Alexander

About the author: Dr. Alexander Jacob received his PhD from the Pennsylvania State University. He has been Visiting Scholar and Fellow at the University of Toronto.

Conservative Critique of Liberalism in the Weimar Republic Paving the Way to Nazism a Translation of Edgar Julius Jung's Die Herrschaft Der Minderwertigen/the Rule of Inferior People Volume One
1995 0-7734-9054-X
This translation of Jung's major political treatise (2nd edition, 1930) makes available for English readers the ideology of the neoconservative movement in the Weimar Republic. While the neoconservatives were not identical with the Nazis and even opposed them, the close similarities between the two should not be overlooked. As the purpose of this translation is to revive the work as a document of political science, rather than of history, only the first four parts of the work are presented, dealing with the intellectual foundations of statecraft, the society and state, culture, and economics, and five chapters of the last part dealing with the theoretical aspects of Jung's political views.

Conservative Critique of Liberalism in the Weimar Republic Paving the Way to Nazism a Translation of Edgar Julius Jung's Die Herrschaft Der Minderwertigen/the Rule of Inferior People Volume Two
1995 0-7734-9056-6
This translation of Jung's major political treatise (2nd edition, 1930) makes available for English readers the ideology of the neoconservative movement in the Weimar Republic. While the neoconservatives were not identical with the Nazis and even opposed them, the close similarities between the two should not be overlooked. As the purpose of this translation is to revive the work as a document of political science, rather than of history, only the first four parts of the work are presented, dealing with the intellectual foundations of statecraft, the society and state, culture, and economics, and five chapters of the last part dealing with the theoretical aspects of Jung's political views.

Istanbul, the Geopolitical Capital of The United States of Europe, Russia, and Asia
2019 1-4955-0757-2
This short monograph details the ideas of Jean-Francois Thiriart, (1922-92), and his political theory concerning the post-Cold War world. Jean-Francois Thiriart argued that Istanbul would be ideal capital of this secondary Euro-Asian superstate. The introduction is written by Dr. Alexander Jacob.

Roman Civil War in English Renaissance Tragedy Catiline, Caesar and Pompey and Julius Caesar with an Introduction Drawn From Roman Sources
2002 0-7734-6993-1
Manuscript summarizes the history of Senecan influence in Tudor-Stuart drama, and yet has space and time to provide pages of excerpts from ancient historical and philosophical writers whose works influenced the three English dramas.

The Geopolitical Unification of of Europe, Russia and Central Asia: Creating a Unitary Transcontinental Multinational State
2019 1-4955-0756-4
This short monograph details the ideas of Jean-Francois Thiriart, (1922-92), and his political theory concerning the post-Cold War world. Jean-Francois Thiriart argued that the creation of unitary state containing Europe, Russia, and Central Asia would be a second player in competition with the United States. The introduction is written by Dr. Alexander Jacob.