Culture and History

Berkeley, University of California Press (1959)
be tempted to treat them as independent and somewhat mysterious forces operating across the field of history, but rather as parts of the process of evolution of Western-European culture as a whole. In the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries ...
Keywords History Philosophy  Civilization  Culture
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Call number D16.8.B27 1959
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