The Wilson Chronology of Ideas
A record of philosophical, political, theological, and social thought from ancient times to the present. This fascinating volume cites important developments in: Anthropology, Criticism, Economics, Education, History and Biographies; Journalism, Linguistics and Languages; Philosophy, Political and Science; Psychology and Parapsychology, Religion and Mythology, and Sociology and Social Criticism.
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