Sunday, August 08, 2010

A Bend in the River.

This lay-historian continues to be (naively) baffled that when a society passes a "major historical juncture", that the occurrence of this event is not considered obvious. This is setting aside any consideration as to what course needs to be set to navigate beyond this point.

We believe that a clear - and simple - declaration of such a historical juncture that Western Civilization has recently passed is David Hart's reflection of our world in that of Rome's emperor, Julian.

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