Balkan Worlds

Framsida
M.E. Sharpe, 1 sep 1994
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Encompassing the period from the Neolithic era to the present, this book studies the peoples, societies, and cultures of the area situated between the Adriatic Sea in the west and the Black Sea in the east, between the Alpine region and Danube basin in the north and the Aegean Sea in the south. This is not a conventional history of the Balkans; rather, drawing upon archaeology, anthropology, economics, psychology, and linguistics as well as history, the author has attempted a total history that integrates many areas of the Balkan experience.
  

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Introduction
xix
PART ONE
xxiii
Earth Culture
xxv
Kouros
xxvi
Green George
xxviii
Rain and Fire Rites
xxix
Neolithic Culture
xxxi
Salt of the Earth
xxxiv
Theory of Nationality
cxciv
Economy
cciv
Nongenerative Cities and Command Economy
ccxi
Freedom and Slavery
ccxiv
Prices Wages and the Second Serfdom
ccxxi
The Power and Rhythm of Number
ccxxiii
The WorldEconomy of a Hegemonic Capitalism
ccxxx
Comparative Advantage of an Informed NewModel Capitalism
ccxli

Permanence of Culture Areas
xxxviii
Soil Forest and Climate
xlii
Mana and Taboo
lv
Biotechnics and Social Biology
lxv
Reasonable Ear Willful Eye and Righteous Hand
lxix
Narcotics and Stimulants
lxxiv
Gestures Technics and Civilization
lxxvi
Emotional States
lxxvii
Childbirth and Pedagogy
lxxix
Mobility
lxxxi
Technology
lxxxvii
Animal and Rotary Power
lxxxix
Metallurgy
ciii
Costs of War
cxi
Industrial Devolution and Transactional Modes
cxiii
Technology and Politics
cxvii
Six Industrializing Experiments
cxxv
Society
cxxxviii
Sclaviniae and Mixobarbara
cxlix
Between Turkey and Germany
cli
Physical Types
clii
Semiotics of Religion
clv
Tripartition and Estates States
clxv
Kinship Clanship and Mens and Womens Societies
clxxvi
From ReVolution to Revolution
clxxxvi
Personality and Culture
ccliii
Time and Space
cclxv
Individuality
cclxxi
PART TWO
cclxxxiii
The Liberties and Constraints of Culture
cclxxxv
Remaking Time Territory and Mind
cclxxxvi
Pure and Impure
ccxciv
With or Without a Civil Society?
cccvii
Rechtsstand or Gesetzstaat?
1
Fetish Mythomoteur and the Media
8
A New Order
12
The Interacting Population Systems
24
The Translatio of Rationalization
25
The Margins as the Cores
30
A Wild Space
34
Cities Stock Raising and Transhumance
37
Rural and Urban People and Animals Tamers and Tamed
41
A Second Look
46
Population Thresholds and Capitalism
48
A Closed WorldEconomy in a Closed Network of Ecosystems
51
Bibliography
65
Index
127
About the Author
139
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