Interpretations of History: From Confucius to Toynbee: by Alban G. Widgery

By Alban G. Widgery

In this quantity, initially released in 1961, the writer provides an exposition of the meanings given to background. half 1 describes the conceptions of heritage impied in commonly used religions and cultures, Confucian and Taoist, Hindu and Buddhist, Zoroastrian and Muslim, Greek and Roman, Jewish and Christian. half 2 surveys the theories of autonomous thinkers and faculties within the Occident from the center a long time to the mid-twentieth century.

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