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Includes bibliographical references (pages 208-219) and index.
2000 years: looking backwards and forwards / Paul Gifford -- Progress and abyss: remembering the future of the modern world / Jürgen Moltmann -- Enlightenment humanism as a relic of Christian monotheism / John Gray -- Historiography and the representation of the past / Paul Ricceur -- The future of human nature / Richard Schacht -- The mimetic theory of religion: an outline / René Girard -- Second comings: neo-Protestant ethics and millennial capitalism in Africa, and elsewhere / Jean and John Comaroff -- Can a premodern bible address a postmodern world? / Anthony C. Thiselton -- Conclusion: dialogue on the 'common era'.
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A detailed historical account of the emergence of economic history as an academic discipline in England told through a combination of biography, institutional change and the history of scientific thought and methodology.
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