The decline of the West? Edited by Manfred P. Fleischer.

New York, Holt, Rinehart and Winston [1970] .
ISBN , 0030840627

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LIB stacks
Bound with v.6-8; For circulation status search k=BCR7479
D1053 .E8 v.7 Request
UNIV General stacks
909.82 F5d, 1970 Available Request
Off-Campus Shelving
CB427 .F54 Available Request
Subjects Civilization, Modern -- 20th century.
Description vi, 129 p. illus. 24 cm.
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents The concept of world history: What is world history? By O. Spengler.--The stages of progress, by H. R. Trevor-Roper.--The pattern of the past: Cultures as organisms, by O. Spengler. Sorokin and Toynbee "Prophets of woe," by P. Geyl. Lasting and dying factors in the world's cultures, by P. A. Sorokin. Does history repeat itself? By A. J. Toynbee.--The physiognomy of culture: The soul of the city, by O. Spengler. The mind of Mexico, by F. S. C. Northrop. History, science, and fiction, by A. J. Toynbee. The law of civilization and decay, by B. Adams. Historical attempts at apprehending civilizations, by A. L. Kroeber.--The diagnosis of our crisis: Speech on dictatorship, by J. Donoso-Crotés. The rise of nihilism and return to nature, by F. Nietzsche. The decline of the old elite, by V. Pareto. The period of the contending States, by O. Spengler.--The chance of regeneration: The nature and restoration of civilization, by A. Schweitzer. The roots and cure of the crisis, by P. A. Sorokin. The collapse and redemption of the West, by W. Schubart. Flow and reconstitution within civilizations, by A. L. Kroeber. The mystery of the Occident, by E. Hoffer.--An unscientific postscript: Spengler and his successors, by H. S. Hughes.
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