Published in 1919: The author discusses the development of Humanity from Evolution to Civilisation to the birth of Nations and European Liberations.
1. Man the Creator 2. Man’s Means of Evolution 3. Primal Stupidity 4. Civilization and Irrationalism 5. The Secret of the East 6. The Hellenic Liberation 7. Pax Romana 8. Barbarism and Byzantinism 9. Dar Al-Hikmet (The Home of Science) 10. The Rebirth of Europe 11. The Soi-Distant Renaissance 12. The Birth of Nations 13. Reason’s battle for Justice 14. European Liberations 15. The Morality of Progress and the Progress of Morals 16. What is Progress?
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