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In this text, Evola examines the meaning of race in the context of traditionalism. Evola explains that race is not simply a biological accident, but serves a higher purpose towards reaching liberation of the soul. As always, Evola insists that one's spiritual race is even more important than one's biological identity. 'The title of this small volume expresses clearly our in In this text, Evola examines the meaning of race in the context of traditionalism. Evola explains that race is not simply a biological accident, but serves a higher purpose towards reaching liberation of the soul. As always, Evola insists that one's spiritual race is even more important than one's biological identity. 'The title of this small volume expresses clearly our intentions regarding its form and purpose. Here we offer neither an abstract, scientific exposition of the theory of race, nor a survey of the various racial doctrines. Our task in this small volume is more specialized: It does not include abstract expositions which would be used as bases of a generic “education” and information, nor considerations designed to give more depth to the doctrine, but rather it aims to clarify the ideas — we may say the “key ideas” — needed in order for the educator to carry out, with respect to racism, his true task. Simple notions, but clear and suffused with suggestive force, able to act on the souls of the young people rather than on their intellects, so as to promote a certain formation of their will and a certain orientation of their best vocations.' - Julius Evola Table of Contents: 1. Forward 2. What 'Race' Means 3. Inner Meaning of Race 4. Consequences of the Feeling of Race 5. Racial Heredity and Tradition 6. Race and Nation 7. Meaning of Racial Prophylaxis 8. The Danger of Counter-Selection 9. Spirit and Race 10. Importance of the Theory of the Inner Races 11. The Face of the Various Races 12. The Problem of Spiritual Races 13. Races and Origins 14. Nordic-Western Migrations 15. The Problem of 'Latinity' 16. Race, Romanity and Italian History 17. The Type of our 'Super-Race' 18. Historical Place of Fascist Racism.


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In this text, Evola examines the meaning of race in the context of traditionalism. Evola explains that race is not simply a biological accident, but serves a higher purpose towards reaching liberation of the soul. As always, Evola insists that one's spiritual race is even more important than one's biological identity. 'The title of this small volume expresses clearly our in In this text, Evola examines the meaning of race in the context of traditionalism. Evola explains that race is not simply a biological accident, but serves a higher purpose towards reaching liberation of the soul. As always, Evola insists that one's spiritual race is even more important than one's biological identity. 'The title of this small volume expresses clearly our intentions regarding its form and purpose. Here we offer neither an abstract, scientific exposition of the theory of race, nor a survey of the various racial doctrines. Our task in this small volume is more specialized: It does not include abstract expositions which would be used as bases of a generic “education” and information, nor considerations designed to give more depth to the doctrine, but rather it aims to clarify the ideas — we may say the “key ideas” — needed in order for the educator to carry out, with respect to racism, his true task. Simple notions, but clear and suffused with suggestive force, able to act on the souls of the young people rather than on their intellects, so as to promote a certain formation of their will and a certain orientation of their best vocations.' - Julius Evola Table of Contents: 1. Forward 2. What 'Race' Means 3. Inner Meaning of Race 4. Consequences of the Feeling of Race 5. Racial Heredity and Tradition 6. Race and Nation 7. Meaning of Racial Prophylaxis 8. The Danger of Counter-Selection 9. Spirit and Race 10. Importance of the Theory of the Inner Races 11. The Face of the Various Races 12. The Problem of Spiritual Races 13. Races and Origins 14. Nordic-Western Migrations 15. The Problem of 'Latinity' 16. Race, Romanity and Italian History 17. The Type of our 'Super-Race' 18. Historical Place of Fascist Racism.

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  1. 5 out of 5

    Matthew W

    This small booklet is most certainly one of Evola's "lesser works" but it does provide a more "controversial" look at the baron. I can only recommend this work to Evola fanatics. This small booklet is most certainly one of Evola's "lesser works" but it does provide a more "controversial" look at the baron. I can only recommend this work to Evola fanatics.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Tiziano Boccacini

    Ho letto questo libro nei miei spostamenti sotto il sole, a piedi o sul bus, tra Paradiso e Lugano. Associo infatti queste pagine “iperboree” all’incantevole vista sul lago, con i suoi riflessi dorati ed il caldo luminoso e fresco che fa venir voglia di stare all’aperto e nel verde tutto il giorno. Essendo “indirizzi per una educazione”, non solo sono preambolo di una conoscenza ben più vasta, ma fungono da indice articolato di questo sapere, in cui si ritrovano tutti i temi più antichi sulla di Ho letto questo libro nei miei spostamenti sotto il sole, a piedi o sul bus, tra Paradiso e Lugano. Associo infatti queste pagine “iperboree” all’incantevole vista sul lago, con i suoi riflessi dorati ed il caldo luminoso e fresco che fa venir voglia di stare all’aperto e nel verde tutto il giorno. Essendo “indirizzi per una educazione”, non solo sono preambolo di una conoscenza ben più vasta, ma fungono da indice articolato di questo sapere, in cui si ritrovano tutti i temi più antichi sulla differenziazione qualitativa dell’essere umano. Mentre la contemporaneità si affretta acriticamente a bandire ed abbattere ogni residuo di questo studio, Evola ai tempi del fascismo promuoveva un’educazione in tal senso, specialmente ai ragazzi nelle scuole. Anziché opporsi al fanatismo violento di regime e alla ideologia nazista con teorie opposte e contrarie altrettanto prive di fondamento, la diffusione di tali argomenti, su di un piano neutro e spoliticizzato, doveva partire, secono l’autore, da alcune essenziali linee guida storiche, volte a rettificare la visione dell’uomo riguardo le sue origini. Il proposito di Evola era che l’individuo italiano, in particolare, potesse apprezzare più consapevolmente le sfaccettature della forza dell’identità, oltre la genetica; riconoscersi e comprendersi attraverso il significato interiore, anche di là dall’apparenza fisionomica, della razza. citazione : “ Soprattutto nei riguardi della cultura e della < razza dell’anima >, corrispondenti ad un dominio intermedio fra corporeità e pura spiritualità, la necessità di definire e difendere certe frontiere interiori è senz’altro da riconoscersi, perchè la < chiusura > che ne consegue è, goethianamente, quella di un limite creatore anziché paralizzatore; di un limite che non sbarra la via verso l’alto, bensì quella verso il basso, verso una promiscuità subrazziale e in fondo, anche subpersonale, facilitante ogni processo di snaturamento, di disgregazione e di lacerazione interiore. ”

  3. 5 out of 5

    Auspex

    A practical, pedagogical booklet giving a succinct overview of Evola's suggestions for racialist policies. Evola's racial thinking is further developed in his "Myth of the Blood" and "Synthesis of the Doctrine of Race." A practical, pedagogical booklet giving a succinct overview of Evola's suggestions for racialist policies. Evola's racial thinking is further developed in his "Myth of the Blood" and "Synthesis of the Doctrine of Race."

  4. 5 out of 5

    Wulf Grimsson

    Intelligent and esoteric look at the issue of race

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    Ciprian Rufius

    It's a interesting book. It's a interesting book.

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