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23247673 Julius Evola Men Among the Ruins

23247673 Julius Evola Men Among the Ruins

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MEN AMONGTHE RUINS
Postwar Reflections of aRadical Traditionalist
JULIUS EVOLA
Translated by Guido StuccoEdited by Michael Moynihan
Inner TraditionsRochester, Vermont
 
CONTENTS
Editor's Note
vi
Foreword by Joscelyn Godwin viiPreface to the American Edition by Dr. H. T Hansen xiIntroduction: Julius Evola's Political Endeavors by Dr. H. T Hansen 1Preface to the Third Italian Edition (1972)105Introduction by Prince J. Valerio Borghese1071. Revolution_____Counterrevolution—Tradition 1122.
Sovereignty—Authority—Imperium
1223. Personality—Freedom—Hierarchy 1334. Organic
State—Totalitarianism
1485.
Bonapartism—Machiavellianism—Elitism
1566. Work—The Demonic Nature of the Economy1657. History—Historicism 1788. Choice of Traditions 1829. Military Style—"Militarism"—War 19310. Tradition—Catholicism—Ghibellinism 20411. Realism—Communism—Anti bourgeoisie 21712. Economy and Politics_____Corporations—Unity of Work 22413. Occult War—Weapons of the Occult War23514. Latin Character—Roman World—Mediterranean Soul25215. The Problem of Births 26616. Form and Presuppositions of a United Europe 274Appendix: Evola's
 Autodifesa
(Self-Defense Statement)287Notes 298
 
 
EDITOR'S NOTE
For the present English edition, we have endeavored to convey precisely Evola's ownsystem of terminology. Thus the reader will note the capitalization of words likeTradition (when used by Evola to denote a transcendent spiritual tradition), Idea, Land,Leader, Mothers (Evola utilizes this term in a sense inspired by J. J. Bachofen), Orders(referring to Knightly Orders,
 Mannerbunde,
etc.), and the State. We have attempted tofollow the precedent of the Italian edition (Rome: Volpe, 1972) as closely as possible inthis respect. In addition, we have followed the now common scholarly practice of capitalizing the terms Fascism and Fascist only when they refer specifically to aspectsof the historical Italian Fascism of the Mussolini regime. The terms are set in lowercase when they refer to "generic" or less specific conceptions. The footnotes to the textare all from Evola, with the exception of occasional clarifications by the Editor, whichare noted as such. We have also made a concerted effort to pro-vide the bibliographicaldetails of English translations (when these exist) for books cited by Evola.
Editor's Acknowledgments
Sincere gratitude is expressed to the following people for their efforts with regard tothis edition: Dr. H. T. Hansen for his new preface and for the use of his excellentintroductory essay, Jon Graham at Inner Traditions, Martin Schwarz, Markus Wolff,Phillip Luciani for his initial support of the project, Dr. Stephen Flowers for helpfulsuggestions, and above all to Joscelyn Godwin for his many generous contributions andinsights.
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