Mercury Rising: The Life & Writings of Julius Evola

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By GWENDOLYN TOYNTON— If the industrious man, through taking action, Does not succeed, he should not be blamed for that – He still perceives the truth. - The Sauptikaparvan of the Mahabharata (2,16) If we select a single aspect by which to define Julius Evola, it would have been his desire to transcend the ordinary and the world of the profane. It was characterised by a thirst for the Absolute, which the Germans call mehr als leben – ‘more than living’. This idea of transcending … [Read more...]