Aristokratia deals with content relating to philosophy and culture, with an emphasis on socio-ethical components. As the name implies, Aristokratia has a belief in a higher type of man and meritocratic systems of thought. As such, Aristokratia draws much of its inspiration from sources such as Nietzsche, Socrates, Gomez-Davila, Evola, Plato and Aristotle amongst others.
As a publication, Aristokratia unequivocally and unapologetically postulates ideas which challenge popular thought. Furthermore, to encourage diversity of content we present contrasting opinions within a single issue.
Arisokratia, therefore, does not express a unified concept but rather an array of ideas on a variety of topics. The only thing that they have in common is the subject matter or the theme, and whilst one author may espouse a particular idea, another author within the same issue may challenge it. The editorial purpose for this is to encourage active thought in the reader, rather than bland acceptance.
Aristokratia does not promote, nor attach itself to any contemporary model of politics or political party.