No 69: Fall 2013

Table of Contents

Front Matter

Front Matter PDF
Comparative Civilizations Review i-v
Editor's Note: The Struggles of Civilization PDF
Joseph Drew 1-3

Articles

Saharasia: Geographical Comparisons of World Cultures and Civilizations PDF
James DeMeo 4-22
Sixteen Related Crises and the Limits of Civilization in the 21st Century PDF
Andrew Targowski 23-32
Civilizational and Environmental Effects of Mongolia's Transition from a Pastoral to a Market-Driven Economy PDF
Lynn Rhodes 33-44
Taking Ownership of Distance in the Stone Age With Spear, Atlatl, and Archery: Prehistoric Weapon Systems and the Domination of Distance PDF
Harry Rhodes 45-53
Megacities: A Survey and Prognosis PDF
Laina Farhat-Holzman 54-64
Europe as a Civilization: The Revolution of the Middle Ages PDF
Toby E. Huff 65-86

Letters to the Editor

Veni, Vidi, Vici? PDF
Andrew Targowski 87-92
Dynamic Definition? A Response to Abbey Perumpanani's Article, "Civilization Defined." PDF
Wallace Gray 93-102

Book Reviews

David J. Rosner, Conservatism and Crisis, The Anti-Modernist Perspective in Twentieth-Century German Philosophy. PDF
Laina Farhat-Holzman 103-105
David J. Rosner, Conservatism and Crisis, The Anti-Modernist Perspective in Twentieth-Century German Philosophy. PDF
J. Randall Groves 106-116
Richard Lynn and Tatu Vanhanen, Intelligence: A Unifying Concept for the Social Sciences. PDF
Michael Andregg 117-118
Laina Farhat-Holzman: WORLDCHANGERS: Ten Inventions That Changed Everything. PDF
George Von Der Muhll 119-123
Orlando Figes, Natasha's Dance: A Cultural History of Russia. PDF
Mariana Tepfenhart 124-127

End Matter

Call for Papers PDF
Comparative Civilizations Review 128-129

Full Issue

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ISSN: 0733-4540