Philosophical Europe |||
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Blog ||| Special Homages : Meister Eckhart / David Copperfield
If you submit to transitory assessments, if you allow the European Union to fall prey to geopolitical expediencies, then you will lose sight of what is desirable.
A union that would include the countries of the eastern and southern Mediterranean will constitute a historical joke.
Who among us desires a political entity comparable to the erstwhile Soviet Union?
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Welcome to the
Philosophical Europe section of the European Prospect
This section presents the identity of Europe as is understood and/or created by main European thinkers, not neglecting also the secondary sources. It is these pages that politicians should study carefully, if they don't wish to become strangers among their own citizens, creating a European Union without Europeans!
Here are published texts by Horace, Ovid, Virgil, Hippocrates, Aristotle, Dante, Novalis, Valery, Renan, Rougemont, Nietzsche, Turner, Berl, Schmidt, Christodoulos of Athens, Pope Benedict, Kontoglou, Gassett, Max Weber, Andersen, Schelling, Kierkegaard, Wilde, Dostoevsky, Hugo, Hegel, Eliot, Jaspers, Koestler, Malraux, Scruton, Spender, and others... - Contents page
Two special homages included, one to
Eckhart and another one to Dickens' David Copperfield.
European Witness : Papacy Turkey
Mail selections : The Idea of United European Nations , Diplomacy against the odds , European music needs bravery! , Victor Hugo in French on the internet
Gallery : Images of Europe * Christianity and Childhood in Modern Greek Paintings * Orthodox Images of the Christ * Dickens' England (more) » The Making of Europe » The Medieval Western Europe » Civilization of the Renaissance in Italy