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A Handbook of Traditional Living

Author(s): Raido


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Sample: 2.2 ‘Differentiated Action’

II. Style & Ascesis

The second volume of A Handbook of Traditional Living continues the project of the first: to resurrect perennial values for a Traditionalist lifestyle in an anti-Traditional world, and to provide concrete and desperately needed advice for those who wish to break free of the spell of a deadening and desert-like modernity.

Deeply inspired by Julius Evola, René Guénon, and the Traditionalism of which they were foremost exponents, A Handbook of Traditional Living: Style and Ascesis confronts the fundamental questions of family, friendship, work, genders and marriage, religion and spirituality, and what it means to be a militant of the Tradition in today’s increasingly confused and fragmented society. The result is a treasure trove of wisdom, concisely providing the practical and theoretical bedrock for the Traditionalist worldview and ethic in one’s day-to-day life, thereby giving new breath to a lifestyle, vision and philosophy that has too long been lacking from our world.

Part of series: A Handbook of Traditional Living

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Premise: Born Among the Ruins

1. The Path of Tradition (Part One: General Orientations)

2. The Differentiated Man

3. The Two Races: Aristocracy and Democracy

4. The Path of Greatest Resistance

5. The Family (Part Two: Vita Est Militare)

6. Relations between the Sexes

7. Confrontation with the World of Work

8. Youth, Between Alienation and Militancy

9. The Revolt against the World of the Masses

10. Spirit and Religiosity

Conclusions: Style Makes Action






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