Living Religions within the Empire

@article{BranfordLivingRW,
  title={Living Religions within the Empire},
  author={V. Branford},
  journal={The Sociological Review},
  volume={a16},
  pages={116 - 89}
}
perhaps above all, yet he only first among peers. For Hellas was creative at once of morals and philosophy, of aesthetics and logic, and of the beginning of eveiy one of our modern sciences ; and also in every way giving fresh, rich and full expression of all their nine-fold complex in the active life of Deed. Thus it was that beyond town and school, beyond even the cloister of thought, the Greeks reaUsed the City-and, least imperfectly of all men-the City founded on sound agriculture and… Expand
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