The Poverty of Evolas Sophisms and Moralisms

Trying to find Evola quotes that contain any material content is searching for needles in haystacks. I can find some. But not many. Why? He cannot define the words he uses. So he is relying upon suggestion and demand for substitution by the reader. The reader, providing that substitution, is therefore is firmly convinced that Evola evokes the reader’s agreement, when instead, Evola evokes only the act of agreement with one’s self, and the illusion that Evola shares that sentiment.

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