Category:Julius Evola

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English: Barone Giulio Cesare Andrea Evola (May 19, 1898 – June 11, 1974) also known as Julius Evola, was an Italian philosopher, esotericist, author, artist, poet, political activist, soldier and Perennial Traditionalist. Although a polymath who participated in numerous fields over the course of his lifetime, it is for his literary career which Evola is best known and has solidified his legacy as an influential intellectual. Evola's stances and spiritual values, which he regarded as aristocratic, masculine, traditionalist, heroic and defiantly reactionary, were often at odds with amongst others, liberal democratic popular consensus and moreover surpassed the radicalness of historic doctrines.

Julius Evola 
Italian philosopher and esotericist
Date of birth 19 May 1898
Giulio Cesare Andrea Evola
Date of death 11 June 1974
Cause of death
Place of burial
Field of work
  • philosophy
  • Traditionalist School
Notable work
  • Revolt Against the Modern World
  • La Parole Obscure du Paysage Intérieur
  • The Hermetic Tradition : symbols and teachings of the royal art
  • The Mystery of the Grail
  • Eros and the Mysteries of Love
  • Raâga Blanda
  • Synthesis of the Doctrine of Race
  • The Aryan Doctrine of Battle and Victory
  • Orientamenti
Official website
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