Ideas that Shaped Our World: Great Concepts of Then and Now
Thunder Bay Press, Jan 1, 1997 - Philosophy - 223 pages
Summarizes key ideological advances in politics, philosophy, human sciences, the arts, and science during the past 250 years
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