Theory of the Absolute Individual (Italian: Teoria Dell'individuo Assoluto) is a work by Italian esoteric writer Julius Evola published in 1927. Though Evola's publisher decided to publish this work and Phenomenology of the Absolute Individual (Fenomenologia dell'Individuo Assoluto) as separate books, the two were written as one 800-page treatise on the subject of the "Absolute Individual".

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  • Theory of the Absolute Individual (Italian: Teoria Dell'individuo Assoluto) is a work by Italian esoteric writer Julius Evola published in 1927. Though Evola's publisher decided to publish this work and Phenomenology of the Absolute Individual (Fenomenologia dell'Individuo Assoluto) as separate books, the two were written as one 800-page treatise on the subject of the "Absolute Individual". Evola presents a philosophy, informed by religion and mysticism, designed in pursuit of the "Absolute Individual", a concept likely influenced by Friedrich Nietzsche's √úbermensch. According to A. James Gregor, the works are "solipistic -- governed by the premise that epistemological, ontological, and deontological truth claims must be measured by, and against, the 'power and freedom of the real individual.'" (en)
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  • Theory of the Absolute Individual (Italian: Teoria Dell'individuo Assoluto) is a work by Italian esoteric writer Julius Evola published in 1927. Though Evola's publisher decided to publish this work and Phenomenology of the Absolute Individual (Fenomenologia dell'Individuo Assoluto) as separate books, the two were written as one 800-page treatise on the subject of the "Absolute Individual". (en)
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  • Theory of the Absolute Individual (en)
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