Combining history, archaeology, sociology, political science, and agricultural studies, Y=Arctg X: The Hyperbola of the World Order presents a theory claiming that any political system with a firm agricultural foundation is pre-destined to reach political unity and turn this state into the norm. Using the circumscription theory―the idea that the phenomenon of political unification was most explicit in areas of the world where agricultural land was in short supply― and exhaustive historical evidence, this timely work proposes the emergence of a single world state.
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Max Ostrovsky is a Ph.D. candidate and Librarian at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.Review:
Just the labor required to assemble so vast a collection of facts is daunting...Yet it is not simply a masterful compendium of facts and quotations. It is the achievement of penetrating intelligence with a broad, firm grasp of the world, imparting to the narrative a clear direction and a strong purpose. (Robert L. Carneiro)
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