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Empire and Communities (Paperback)

A Utopia or a Hope Against the Decline of Europe

Ancient History > Rome & the Roman Provinces

Imprint: Mimesis International
Pages: 120
ISBN: 9788869772825
Published: 28th October 2020
Casemate UK Academic



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The reduction of the shares of internal sovereignty, the emergence of transnational or international authorities, the overcoming financial systems’ power, underline the inadequacy of governments based on the obsolete dimension of “nation”.  Hence the lack of power to determine the future of all people, in particular the Communities forgotten or disregarded because considered minorities for the nation. The imperial rule might guarantee in the future the equal people’s dignity, providing that it represents the fusion of earthly and sacred characters with which it was endowed during its splendour in the Middle Age. Even if this design could appear as a utopia, or just thence, Men must pursue it, neither with hope of immediate success, nor fear of failure, sine spe ac metu.



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