His work can be divided into four major categories -- Esotericism,
Symbolism, Social Criticism and Religious exposition. Guénon was not
one to destroy the edifices of a belief or doctrine without also
expounding the real teaching of which it is a distortion or corruption.
His works on the modern world are the most astringent, critical and
biting critiques of our modern way of life that have ever been written.
Crisis of the Modern World and the Reign of Quantity demolish the false
structures that we have created in the name of progress and "supposed
evolution" and show just how far modern man has moved away from the