Three Aspects of the Jewish Problem

Tre aspetti del problema ebraico, a work by Italian philosopher and theorist Julius Evola. Published in 1936 by Mediterranee. An English edition was privately published in 2003.

The short essay considers the prewar Jewish question, which was debated throughout Europe, from three different perspectives: spiritual, cultural, and socio-economic. While denouncing simple anti-Semitism and praising the Jewish tradition, Evola considers the Jews as a culturally distinct group within Europe and examines the issues that arise from their interaction with Europeans, essentially proposing not an attack against the Jews, but an anti-Christian liberation from Semitic attitudes unsuitable for the European spirit.

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