Ride the Tiger: A Survival Manual for the Aristocrats of the Soul

Ride the Tiger: A Survival Manual for the Aristocrats of the Soul

Julius Evola


Julius Evola’s ultimate significant paintings, which examines the prototype of the person who can provide absolute intending to his or her lifestyles in a global of dissolution

• provides a strong feedback of the idols, constructions, theories, and illusions of our smooth age

• finds how you can rework harmful techniques into internal liberation

The businesses and associations that, in a conventional civilization and society, may have allowed someone to gain himself thoroughly, to guard the central values he acknowledges as his personal, and to constitution his existence in a transparent and unambiguous method, now not exist within the modern global. every thing that has come to predominate within the sleek global is the direct antithesis of the area of culture, during which a society is governed via ideas that go beyond the only human and transitory.

Ride the Tiger provides an implacable feedback of the idols, buildings, theories, and illusions of our dissolute age tested within the gentle of the internal teachings of indestructible culture. Evola identifies the kind of human able to “riding the tiger,” who could rework harmful methods into internal liberation. He bargains desire in the event you desire to reembrace culture.

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