- Title Pages
- List of Figures and Tables
- Notes on Contributors
- The Cultural Values of Europe: An Introduction
- 1 The Axial Age in World History
- 2 The Judeo-Christian Tradition
- 3 The Greco-Roman Tradition
- 4 How Europe Became Diverse: On the Medieval Roots of the Plurality of Values
- 5 Freedom, Slavery, and the Modern Construction of Rights
- 6 The Value of Introspection
- 7 Rationality – A Specifically European Characteristic?
- 8 The Affirmation of Ordinary Life
- 9 Inner Nature and Social Normativity: The Idea of Self-Realization
- 10 The Status of the Enlightenment in German History<sup>1</sup>
- 11 The Dark Continent – Europe and Totalitarianism
- 12 Value Change in Europe from the Perspective of Empirical Social Research
- 13 The Realities of Cultural Struggles
- 14 The Contest of Values: Notes on Contemporary Islamic Discourse
- 15 Does Europe Have a Cultural Identity?
- The Cultural Values of Europe
- Liverpool University Press
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