[R]ather than abandoning the West, [Julius Evola] sought to recover and elucidate its deep roots. This task was accomplished neither systematically nor consistently. He dared to consider ideas that were unpopular or even distasteful. The positive result of this is that Evola is forever protected from the claws of the professors who will never be able to sanitize or incorporate him into any academic discipline.
—  Cologero — “A Note on Method”