Traditionalism
Traditionalism may refer to a systematic emphasis on the value of tradition, especially those beliefs, moral codes and mores known as traditional values. It may also refer to:
Perennial philosophy
The Perennial philosophy (Latin: philosophia perennis), also referred to as Perennialism, is a perspective in the philosophy of religion which views each of the world’s religious traditions as shari...
Mircea Eliade
Mircea Eliade ([ˈmirt͡ʃe̯a eliˈade]; March 13 [O.S. February 28] 1907 – April 22, 1986) was a Romanian historian of religion, fiction writer, philosopher, and professor at the Univer...
New traditionalism
New traditionalism is considered to be a new phase of traditionalism that appeared in the late 20th through early 21st centuries. Its beliefs are constantly in conflict with secular liberalism. Howeve...
Marco Pallis
Marco Alexander Pallis (1895 – 5 June 1989) was a Greek-British author and mountaineer with close affiliations to the Traditionalist School. He wrote works on the religion and culture of Tibet.
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Julius Evola
Barone Giulio Cesare Andrea Evola ([ˈɛːvola]; May 19, 1898 – June 11, 1974) also known as Julius Evola, was an Italian philosopher, and esotericist. Evola regarded his perspectives and spiritual...
Huston Smith
Huston Cummings Smith (born May 31, 1919) is a religious studies scholar in the United States. His book The World's Religions (originally titled The Religions of Man) has sold over two million copies ...
Bernard Philip Kelly
Bernard P. Kelly (1907—1958) was an English Catholic philosopher, born in London.
Kelly's inspiration was scholastic philosophy and, in particular, the Summa Theologica of Thomas Aquinas. He was ...
Reza Shah-Kazemi
Reza Shah-Kazemi is an author who specializes in comparative mysticism, Islamic Studies, Sufism and Shi'ism. He is the founding editor of the Islamic World Report and currently a Research Associate at...
Francis Clive-Ross
Francis Fabian Clive-Ross (1921–1981) was a publisher and author whose works focused on occultism, comparative religion, and the Traditionalist School. Clive-Ross was also a Trustee of the World of Is...
Angus Macnab
John Angus Macnab (1906–1977) was a British conservative politician who embraced Roman Catholicism under the influence of G. K. Chesterton and Hilaire Belloc, who was a close associate of William Joyc...
Seraphim Rose
Seraphim Rose, born Eugene Dennis Rose (August 13, 1934 – September 2, 1982), was an American hieromonk of the Russian Orthodox Church Outside Russia who co-founded the St. Herman of Alaska Monastery ...
The Matheson Trust
The Matheson Trust is an educational charity based in London dedicated to further and disseminate the study of comparative religion, especially from the point of view of the underlying harmony of the ...
Hossein Nasr
Seyyed Hossein Nasr (Persian: سید حسین نصر‎, born April 7, 1933) is an Iranian University Professor of Islamic studies at George Washington University, and a prominent Islamic philosopher. He is...
Neue Rechte
The Neue Rechte (English: New Right) is a German political movement, founded in opposition to the "New Left" generation of the 1960s. Ideologically, they are linked to the ideologues of the Weimar...
Jean Hani
Jean Hani (1917-2012) was a French philosopher and Traditionalist author, and a professor of Greek civilization and literature at the University of Amiens.
Very little is known about Jean Hani's p...
Hojjatieh
Hojjatieh (in Persian: انجمن حجتیه ) — also called Hojjatieh Society — is a traditionalist Shi'a lay religious organization founded in Iran that stresses adherence to orthodoxy and opposition to per...
Metaphysics of War
Metaphysics of War: Battle, Victory and Death in the World of Tradition is a collection of essays by Julius Evola originally published by Integral Tradition Publishing in 2007, and is now in its secon...
Donald Macleod Matheson
Donald Macleod Matheson (occasionally only MacLeod Matheson) CBE (1896–1979) was Secretary to the National Trust from 1934 to 1945. Active within the Traditionalist School as a translator and author, ...
History of Religions (journal)
History of Religions (HR) is an academic journal published by the University of Chicago Press. It was founded in 1961 by Mircea Eliade. It publishes articles that study religious phenomena from prehis...
Revolt Against the Modern World
Revolt Against the Modern World: Politics, Religion, and Social Order in the Kali Yuga (Rivolta contro il mondo moderno) is a book by the philosopher and theorist Julius Evola, first published in Ital...
Whitall Perry
Whitall Nicholson Perry (January 19, 1920 – November 18, 2005) was born of old New England stock in Belmont, Massachusetts (near Boston), on January 19, 1920. A quest for wisdom led him, as a yo...
René Guénon
René Guénon (November 15, 1886 – January 7, 1951), also known as Shaykh 'Abd al-Wahid Yahya, was a French author and intellectual who remains an influential figure in the domain of metaphysics, h...
Mateus Soares de Azevedo
Mateus Soares de Azevedo (born 1959) is a Brazilian historian of religions, Islamologist, and journalist, who has written several books on the philosophy of religions. He is one of the best known writ...
Swiss Nationalist Party
The Swiss Nationalist Party (German: Partei National Orientierter Schweizer, abbreviated to PNOS; French: Parti nationaliste suisse, abbreviated to PNS) is a far-right völkischpolitical party ...
William Stoddart
William Stoddart (born 25 June 1925, Carstairs) is a Scottish physician, author and "spiritual traveller", who has written several books on the philosophy of religions. He has been called a “master of...
Patrice de Plunkett
Patrice de Plunkett (born January 9, 1947 in Paris) is a French journalist and essayist who specializes in analyzing social issues. He was the editor of Le Figaro Magazine, one of the major French wee...
Al Akbariyya
Al Akbariyya was a secret Sufi society founded in Paris in 1911 by the wandering Swedish Sufi 'Abdu l-Hadi Aguéli. Among its first members was René Guénon. Its purpose was to promote the teachings of ...