Inventing the axial age: the origins and uses of a historical concept

Theory and Society 42 (3):241-259 (2013)

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Keywords History of social thought  Civilizations  Axial Age  Axiality  Religion  Historical sociology  Cultural sociology
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DOI 10.1007/s11186-013-9193-0
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