Download pdf . The Metaphysics of War 6. 11. 6. The Metaphysics of War. 13. The Forms of Warlike Heroism 2. Contents 1. The Meaning of the Crusades 4. These essays constitute what is certainly the most radical attempt ever made to justify war. Race and War 8. 14. He successfully demonstrates how the case for war *on the Axis side* is much deeper than the case for freedom, happiness, and democracy, and in fact …

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The Metaphysics of War is a collection of sixteen essays by Evola, published in various periodicals in the years 1935–1950. 8. Subscribe to be notified of new episodes: MM Youtube Channel. The Sacrality of War 3. Race and War: The Aryan Conception of Combat. 12. Race and War. Merch to support MM How to contact MM Random Episode.

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7. The Sacrality of War 3. 10. The Metaphysics of War 6. Two Heroisms 9. Metaphysics of War is a collection of a dozen essays by Julius Evola that deal with the idea of restructuring society in such a way that places the warrior caste—the term Evola uses to refer to those among us who, in centuries past, would have been centurions or crusaders—as the ruling class. 'Army' as Vision of the World 7. Metaphysics of War - Julius Evola. The Roman Conception of Victory. The Meaning of the Crusades 4. Two Heroisms.

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Race and War 8. Race and War: The Aryan Conception of Combat 10. Race and War: The … The Meaning of the Warrior Element for the New Europe. The Aryan Doctrine of Combat and Victory. Additional information 1. Soul and Race of War. His usual masterful grip of metaphysics and anti-modern rhetoric is put to work, not to articulate a spiritual message as in Revolt Against the Modern World, nor to console the defeated "differentiated men" as in his postwar books, but to send an army to war.

This justification takes place essentially on … Rather, Evola presents the warrior as one who lives an integrated and purposeful way of life - one who adopts a specifically Aryan view of the world in which the political aims of a war are not its ultimate justification, but rather war is seen as merely a means through which the warrior finds his calling to a higher and more complete form of existence beyond the political, and in accordance with the … ‘Army’ as Vision of the World. 9. Help keep this website running! The Forms of Warlike Heroism 2. ‘Army’ as Vision of the World 7.