Absolute Man, Absolute Woman

In the chapter “Man and Woman” in Revolt against the Modern World, Julius Evola establishes the proper relationship between the two principles. The feminine force is centrifugal with its tendency to chaos, but when aligned the masculine stability, a synthesis results. Thus, the masculine principle must become more fully itself, … Continue reading

Tradition and German Philosophy

The attitudes of Julius Evola and Charles Maurras toward the influence of German thought were fundamentally different. Maurras opposed it on several points; he regarded the Germans as barbarians and rejected, in his view, German nationalism, racism, its Protestant outlook. Specifically, he rejected Fichte’s philosophy as the basis of German … Continue reading

The Creative Power of the Individual

Evola concludes his discussion of privation with the observation that it is the Will that throws light on the unknown. The accumulation of knowledge is insufficient. There is a continuum between spontaneity and free will. Everything objective and necessary in experience — that is, everything experienced as “privation”, arises from … Continue reading

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