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Start your review of Metafizica sexului Write a review Shelves: philosophy In Indo-Aryan morals, a lie was only allowed for the purpose of saving a human life, or in love Evolas sex book is a search for the first principles and fundamental meaning of what is signified by the sexes and their interaction. Does he penetrate this seemingly bottomless mystery? Well, he does throw some light into the abyss. Also, primitive races breed more prolifically than refined ones.

Feminism degenerates women by forcing them to measure against a false standard, against a nature which is not proper or genuine to them. What we call sexual love is the longing for this unity, but how does this differ from lower Hermaphrodites like molluscs? Was the Flood necessary? The climax of masturbation is often followed by a depressed state, unlike true coitus. This characteristic belongs to female nakedness alone.

The effect of the naked male on woman is not only small in comparison but […] essentially physical and phallic. Yet the real woman, possessed by the man, fails to yield the absolute.

Medieval chivalry, on the other hand as Evola shows somewhat convincingly dealt with the imaginal inner woman, not flesh and blood woman. The first pages of this book outline why the evolutionary theory is false, coming from the perspective of involution.

The idea is that the lower comes from the higher and not the higher from the lower, taking on the perspectives of the Traditonalist school. Evola offers plenty of convincing evidence as to why this seems to be the case.

The second big chapter in this book is called "Phenomena of Transcendency In Profane Love" and is by far some of the most beautiful and true lines I have ever read on paper. If anyone has had experiences in this context that gave the impression of exceeding mere primitive or mundane experience, everything in this chapter will be intuitive to you.

It holds that the union in love by man and woman is an attempt to go back to the primordial state of the hermaphrodite, before the Fall of Man from God. What modern people call this is simply "romantic love," giving the impression that it is just an mad, degenerate fantasy or illusion with no deeper, metaphysical meaning. The author also disawoves intimacy which is only based on material pleasure and indulgence, which is a very soothing read for a spiritual person who fails to understand the mindsets of most people in the modern world.

I have always held that everything in this world has to be done in Spirit, nothing can be done in and for itself - everything has to be done for a higher purpose, lest it feels disgusting or intuitively wrong.

If you are this kind of person too, religious writers like the Traditionalists are the only ones who will ever satisfy you. That being said, I also have criticisms and objections towards the author. The review would get too long if I were to list all of them, so I will only mention the most annoying ones.

It is not so much that this view of his that bugs me or the fact that these practices were common, rather, that he tries to pretend there is or was any metaphysical meaning behind it. There can be no doubt that men have a strong drive, but it should be evident that this drive belongs to the animal sphere, and tolerance and accomodation for this fact must rise from a preference to keep harmony and cohesion within a community.

Then, if we take Evolas earlier arguement in the book that reproduction is merely primitive and non-metaphysical, the arguement for polygamy from a perspective of reproduction is not very convincing, even if he does not espouse this view. Rather, this is a common arguement for the practice. There can be no metaphysics in a polygamous marriage based on reproduction.

Another point to be made is that arranged marriages were common and often loveness, and to keep the revolt from this family system from happening, extramartial connections were allowed. This is sensible and rational, and when we look at the material facts of history adultery happened on both the male and female side in these systems, however, in Antiquity, it was only considered adultery on the wifes part.

This arose from the need to protect the fatherhood of the children and to keep the wife a safe guardian at home. Disheartening and true it must be then, that in a lawful and ideal sense, where the husband could experience love with other women, a dutiful and loyal wife was constricted to suffering, and her experience of love would be only for her children.

One could of course take the arguement that Evola favors the complete surrender and submission of women into some kind of "saintly heroism," where she turns the other cheek to whatever her husband is up to, based on temporal law from the Vedic civilisation.

Yet this does not resonate anywhere deeply within, rather, it sounds like the perverse preferences of men who have a need to stroke their own ego and fulfill their own primitive needs. While loyality is a honorable virtue, and his observance from Revolt of Nanna going on the pyre with Balder in Norse mythos and its unmistakable similarity to the ancient Vedic practice of burning wives with their husbands is a stark one, at least to a modern mind, it sounds counterintuitve that this level of loyality should only be expected from the wife.

I of course get his point though, oh we Westerners are so narrow-minded and feeble! If we go back to the chapter about love unions, we know that in both history and chivalric literature both lovers killed themselves to save the union.

Any form of martyrdom is deemed insane to modern eyes in any case, since a world set with the eyes on survival and thus only on the material world has no concept of true transcendence. Along with all of this is the view of authority in the traditonal world is challenging to modern eyes, since it comes off as often blaming the people lower in the hierarchy, rather than the decline from above. If men are to be loved, followed and respected by dutiful wives, it is their responsibility to deserve it.

I am sure that any woman would love like Nanna did if they had a husband like Balder, who was in fact loved by all the worlds creatures with the exception of the envious and unwise ettin who killed him. Evola outlines that the propagation of the family in Tradition is religious in nature, to extend ones own stock is a duty.

Still he comes back to arguements that are vulgar and hard to take seriously. The strangest view in the book would be that prostitutes are more noble than mothers.

The statement he makes is that since motherhood is also an animal instinct, motherhood belongs purely to nature and has no place in metaphysics. Apparently, wives who have given birth are not religious. There can be no doubt that religion has had its fears and practices surrounding anything relating to the female reproductive system as demonic and impure, yet to claim that mothers themselves are animals is quite the appalment.

Then he makes the statement that Germanic women, for instance, are more noble because they were willing to go through with infanticide. It gets even worse and unserious when he writes that the male wish to have children comes from a place of duty whereas the female wish is purely animal , as if whatever men do is automatically noble and right. These self-masturbatory and narcissistic views are also mirrored where he in one line proclaims that anything in woman undesirable to man, is non-metaphysical in nature.

In conclusion, Evola is both a heartening and frustrating author to read, heartening because he dispells materialism and nihilism, frustrating for other reasons.

The first and most obvious reason is the manner in which he writes. It is more than obvious that he was a well-read academic, that is apparent insofar as his points of reference are endless. However, he falls into the habit of doing what many academics do; write stuff just to sound interesting and intelligent, making up countless ways to say something which is in fact, very simple.

The result is having to do mental gymnastics just to get the point. Had he only written in a more humble manner I am not satisfied with this review, but it will suffice.


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Start your review of Metafizica sexului Write a review Shelves: philosophy In Indo-Aryan morals, a lie was only allowed for the purpose of saving a human life, or in love Evolas sex book is a search for the first principles and fundamental meaning of what is signified by the sexes and their interaction. Does he penetrate this seemingly bottomless mystery? Well, he does throw some light into the abyss. Also, primitive races breed more prolifically than refined ones.



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