Aspects of Western civilization: problems and sources in history

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Prentice Hall, 1988 - History - 848 pages
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0C-0, 0-13-083203-0, Rogers, Perry M., Aspects of Western Civilization, Vol. II, 4/E*/ = A two-volume chronologically arranged compilation of primary and some secondary sources in Western Civilization organized around eight major themes. The book presents readers with basic questions regarding historical development, human nature, moral action and practical necessity while incorporating a wide variety of political, social, economic, religious, intellectual and scientific issues in an effort to present history as a vehicle for better understanding in the present rather than a stagnant observation of past societies. Earliest Civilizations, The Greek, Roman and Medieval Worlds, Transitions to the Modern World, Foundations of the Modern World, The Era of Revolution, and the Twentieth Century. For anyone interested in western civilization especially historians.

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Mesopotamia Egypt
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and Israel
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In the Wake of Luther
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