The Temptation of Homo Europaeus
"The Temptation of Homo Europaeus" is a history of culture in Central and Southeastern Europe. Using little-known documents, old writings, political and cultural institutions, and the movement of ideas and personalities grouped around schools and churches, Neumann analyzes the genesis of modern thinking in Central and Southeastern Europe, interpreting the implications for the state of spirit and civilization in Europe today.
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