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Revolt against the modern world 1995 book

Revolt against the modern world

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Revolt against the modern world

Category: religion
, 9780892815067 
publisher: Inner Traditions 
publish year: 1995 
pages: 203 
language: English 
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A Short Introduction to Julius Evola. 
Translator\'s Preface.

Part One: The World of Tradition.
1. The Beginning 
2. Regality.
3. Polar Symbolism; the Lord of Peace and Justice. 
4. The Law, the State, the Empire.
5. The Mystery of the Rite.
6. On the Primordial Nature of the Patriciate. 
7. Spiritual Virility. 
8. The Two Paths in the Afterlife.
9. Life and Death of Civilizations.
10. Initiation and Consecration. 
11. On the Hierarchical Relationship Between Royalty and Priesthood. 
12. Universality and Centralism. 
13. The Soul of Chivalry.
14. The Doctrine of the Castes.
15. Professional Associations and the Arts; Slavery.
16. Bipartition of the Traditional Spirit; Asceticism.
17. The Greater and the Lesser Holy War. 
18. Games and Victory.
19. Space, Time, the Earth.
20. Man and Woman.
21. The Decline of Superior Races.

Part Two: Genesis and Face of the Modern World.
22. The Doctrine of the Four Ages. 
23. The Golden Age.
24. The Pole and the Hyperborean Region.
25. The Northern-Atlantic Cycle.
26. North and South.
27. The Civilization of the Mother. 
28. The Cycles of Decadence and the Heroic Cycle. 
29. Tradition and Antitradition.
30. The Heroic-Uranian Western Cycle.
31. Syncope of the Western Tradition.
32. The Revival of the Empire and the Ghibelline Middle Ages. 
33. Decline of the Medieval World and the Birth of Nations.
34. Unrealism and Individualism.
35. The Regression of the Castes.
36. Nationalism and Collectivism.
37. The End of the Cycle.

Appendix: On the Dark Age.

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