Weak Barbarism

A contemporaneous Axiological Mutation
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  • Published: August 2015
  • Format: Dust Jacket Hardcover(B/W)
  • Pages: 376
  • Size: 6x9
  • ISBN: 9781504987912

Barbarism: Contemporaneous Axiological Mutations is not meant as a thesis that provides a holistic approach on the concept of barbarism, a concept whose area of investigation may be deemed as vast as that of the concept of culture. By taking advantage of a hindsight outlook as to what concerns this topic, one could learn a great deal of details about the radical alteration of the current depiction of the notion of barbarism. Therefore, as an incipient undertaking into the overall argumentative process, which defines the character of the thesis, I shall try to illustrate the idea of an induced misunderstanding, at a global level, on the concept of barbarism, which has led to significant and acute hermeneutical malformations concerning its various aspects of manifestation, both socially and culturally and, consequently, in terms of barbarism’s own axiological structure in the range of human behavior.

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