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WHY ANCIENT GREECE is written for the general reader who wishes to understand the birth and development of democracy, and its influence on modern government. It presents a fresh, innovative and often unorthodox view, using new economic and political theory and methodology to explain how and why democracy emerged when it did, the conditions that shaped it, and the values it inspired.

From the birth of the city-state and the evolution of the hoplite soldier and the phalanx, to the rise of Athenian democracy, the author traces the origins of such essential issues as public choice, civic and human rights, and the world’s first social contract.

Taking the reader on a tour of democracy as reinvented by medieval Switzerland, the maritime Dutch Republic, 17th-century England, and America and France in the throes of revolution, Kyriazis ends with a short guide to today’s Greece for visitors who wish to experience its enduring democratic history.
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Ημ/νία έκδοσης 10 Μαΐ 2012
Θεματική Κατηγορία Ιστορία
Σειρά Ιστορία - Πολιτική
Ηλικία 18+
Σελίδες 128
Αρ. Ανατύπωσης 3
ISBN 978-960-496-868-8
Κωδικός 11807
Σχήμα (πλάτος x ύψος) 13 x 20 cm
Βάρος 0.195 kgr
ISBN e-book 978-960-496-206-8
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Nicholas Kyriazis took his diploma and Ph.D. in the Economics Department, Bonn University, Germany. He has been a visiting professor at Harvard and Trier Universities and is currently professor in the Economics Department, University of Thessaly, in central Greece. He has contributed numerous papers to international academic journals, over 300 press articles (70 to the monthly magazine “Historia”). He is also the author of 16 novels, three of which have appeared in English under the pen name Nicholas Snow.In 2005 the President of the French Republic has honoured him with the award of the “Knight of the Legion of Honour” for his contributions to European ideals.Why Ancient Greece is the result of eight years of research and a dozen contributions to academic journals on the issues covered in the book.
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