Evola: Thoughts & Perspectives, Volume One

Evola Thoughts Perspectives Volume One JULIUS Evola is one of the intriguing and controversial figures in the Traditionalist milieu and this unique collection of essays the first of its kind in English looks at various aspects of the Ita

  • Title: Evola: Thoughts & Perspectives, Volume One
  • Author: Troy Southgate K.R. Bolton Keith Preston Sean Jobst Christopher Pankhurst Mariella Shearer Brett Stevens Roger Griffin
  • ISBN: 9781848303300
  • Page: 445
  • Format: Paperback
  • JULIUS Evola is one of the intriguing and controversial figures in the Traditionalist milieu and this unique collection of essays, the first of its kind in English, looks at various aspects of the Italian philosopher s work Ranging from Art, Sex, Feminism and Economics right through to Race, Politics, Islam and the Occult, this book will serve as a detailed and scholJULIUS Evola is one of the intriguing and controversial figures in the Traditionalist milieu and this unique collection of essays, the first of its kind in English, looks at various aspects of the Italian philosopher s work Ranging from Art, Sex, Feminism and Economics right through to Race, Politics, Islam and the Occult, this book will serve as a detailed and scholarly guide to one of Europe s most vehement critics of the modern epoch Contributors include Professor Roger Griffin, Professor Tomislav Sunic, Troy Southgate, Gwendolyn Toynton, K.R Bolton, Keith Preston, Sean Jobst, Mariella Shearer, Brett Stevens and Christopher Pankhurst.

    One thought on “Evola: Thoughts & Perspectives, Volume One”

    1. Southgate's "Thoughts & Perspective" series is quite addictive. This volume is arguably the best. Like all of the other books in the series, this edition includes fresh "Thoughts & Perspectives" that people of the "The New Right" need. This work is great for Evola novices but especially interesting for those already familiar with the magical Baron. I must commend Troy for his efforts as he is creating a virtual encyclopedia series for "The New Right."

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