And the independent reality of the individual, when we examine it, is in truth mere illusion. Apart form the community, what are separate men? It is the common mind within him which gives reality to the human being, and taken by himself, whatever else he is, he is no human … If this is true of the social consciousness in its various forms, it is true certainly no less of that common mind which is more than social. The finite minds that in and for religion form one spiritual whole have indeed in the end no visible embodiment, an yet, expect as members in an invisible community, they are nothing real. For religion, in short, if the one indwelling spirit is removed, there are no spirits left.
Francis Herbert Bradley, Truth and Reality
It seems that this is similar to the ultimate idea of Rene Guenon when there is no longer individuality for certain realized “types”. For Julius Evola, on the other hand, ultimate reality is the Absolute Individual. Are these conceptions the same from different points of view, or are they irreconcilable?