Ride the Tiger: A Survival Manual for the Aristocrats of the Soul Audiobook, by Julius Evola Play Audiobook Sample

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Author: Julius Evola Narrator: Andy Rick Publisher: Inner Traditions Audio Audio Length: Release Date: October 2020 Format: Unabridged Audiobook Delivery: Instant Download ISBN: 9781644113493

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  • Evola is one of the most interesting minds of the [world] war generation.”

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  • One of the most difficult and ambiguous figures in modern esotericism."

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  • Evola looks beyond man-made systems to the eternal principles in creation and human society. The truth, as he sees it, is so totally at odds with the present way of thinking that is shocks the modern mind."

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  • It is one of Evola's greatest merits that he combines a prodigious wealth of erudite detail with the gift of isolating from their local conditioning ideas or disciplines that are of value to us."

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  • Evola rises above the usual dichotomies of left and right, liberal and conservative, challenging us to reconnect our lives and our institutions to the timeless spiritual standard that guided our ancestors."

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  • Ride the Tiger offers a practical view of how to be truly awakened in a dark age."

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  • . . . this is an important work for an intellectual history of the twentieth century. . ."

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  • A dazzling and interesting, but very dangerous author . . .”

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  • Simply put, Evola shows, unintentionally but with passion, why European Tradition may not be able to match East Asia in riding the tiger in today's world. It lacks a spirituality for today's mundane world, tempered by the harsh realism of Daoism and the practical disciplines of Confucianism."

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