Moscow, capital of Europe?

Translated in to English from Moscou, capital de l’Europe?, originally written in French by Alexandre Latsa for Tribune Libre. France and the French people are, in their majority, europhils.... Read More | Share

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Chants of the Church of Rome, Byzantine period

Chants of the Church of Rome, Byzantine period. A chant (in Greek) of the Church of Rome during the Byzantine period. Ensemble Organum, Marcel Pérès. ... Read More | Share

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The Forum Romanum

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Language as interpretation of reality

Human language is ordained according to certain rules and principles which “codify” the place of words in a sentence (syntax), the appropriate word usage (semantics), verb tense, and so... Read More | Share

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Metamorphosis of the City

Pierre Manent’s Les Metamorphoses de la Cité is a work that seeks to trace the identity of Western civilization through its political history. To him, the polis, and by extension, the... Read More | Share

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The Conversion of the English

In the year 590, much against his will, Abbot Gregory was unanimously elected Pope. Although this enormous responsibility as sole Patriarch for the Western part of the Empire daunted him, he did... Read More | Share

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Bulgaria: Case-Study in Secularism

critique of secularism has become the template for recent explorations of liberalism and secularization processes in the post-colonial context, particularly those that wish to explore the inner... Read More | Share

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