Fascism Viewed from the Right (2020)

Fascism Viewed from the Right Julius Evola E. Christian Kopff John B. Morgan Fascism Viewed from the Right In this book Julius Evola analyses the Fascist movement of Italy which he himself had experienced first hand often as a vocal critic throughout its entire history from until Discussing a
  • Title: Fascism Viewed from the Right
  • Author: Julius Evola E. Christian Kopff John B. Morgan
  • ISBN: 9781907166853
  • Page: 187
  • Format: Paperback
Fascism Viewed from the Right Julius Evola E. Christian Kopff John B. Morgan In this book, Julius Evola analyses the Fascist movement of Italy, which he himself had experienced first hand, often as a vocal critic, throughout its entire history from 1922 until 1945 Discussing and dismissing the misuse of the term fascism that has gained widespread acceptance, Evola asks readers not to allow the fact of Italy s defeat in the Second World War to diIn this book, Julius Evola analyses the Fascist movement of Italy, which he himself had experienced first hand, often as a vocal critic, throughout its entire history from 1922 until 1945 Discussing and dismissing the misuse of the term fascism that has gained widespread acceptance, Evola asks readers not to allow the fact of Italy s defeat in the Second World War to distract us from making an objective analysis of the ideology of Fascism itself, since the defeat was the result of contingent circumstances and the personalities of those who led it, rather than flaws that were inherent in Fascism as an idea Evola praises those aspects of Fascism which he believes to have been in accordance with the best traditions of European governance, in particular the Classical Roman tradition, while he remains critical of those aspects which ran contrary to this ideal, such as its socialist, proletarian and totalitarian tendencies, as well as what he saw as its petty moralism Evola also distinguishes between the Fascism of the Twenty Years between 1922 and Mussolini s overthrow in 1943, and the Second Fascism of the Italian Social Republic, which he considered as much problematic He likewise criticises the Fascist racial doctrine for being based on false principles Frequently quoting Mussolini s own words, Evola presents the core of the Fascist ideal, arguing that, for all its flaws, it remains superior to the political system which has since arisen to replace it Julius Evola 1898 1974 was Italy s foremost traditionalist philosopher, as well as a metaphysician, social thinker and activist Evola was an authority on the world s esoteric traditions and one of the greatest critics of modernity He wrote extensively on the ancient civilisations of both East and West and the world of Tradition, and was also a critic of the political and spiritual movements of his own time from a traditional perspective.
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  1. Colm Gillis

    A must read for anyone who opposes either fanatical right wingism or a vacuous leftism Evola s conception of a true right is well articulated Unlike many critics of leftism he puts his cards on the table states what he stands for as opposed to what he is against Stuff on corporatism is particularly useful Book has a good pace is well written.

  2. Greg Deane

    Julius Evola 1898 1974 an Italian political philosopher saw in fascism an opportunity to revive tradition, or pre Modern civilizations like that of the Roman Republic, where politics was divorced from economics and parties that vied with each other offering bribes and rewards to electors who would reward the successful bidder with a majority He viewed the Enlightenment as a misnomer, and argued that deterministic rationalism had repudiated the existential essence of volkgeist Tradition He saw hi [...]

  3. John

    A very good explanation of perhaps the most abused political term of contemporary politics Fascism was than authoritarianism, and Evola makes a relatively good explanation of what it was and could have been, had it not been for external events.

  4. IMPERIVM

    Excellent critique of mass minded totalitarian movements, in defense of the organic Traditionalist ethic.

  5. Daniel

    Truly eye opening Evola s works are a definite redpill Once exposed to this, there is no turning back.

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