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James Clark has tried various ways of drawing attention to a migration away from the religious, humanist and scientific standpoints having prevailed in world history. Heraclitus and Heidegger (in The Problem of Fundamental Ontology, Vols. I-III) and Hawking and Proust (in Blithe Power, Tortured History) have been allowed their say. Now we tag along with Tocqueville, and many others. The essay produced here comes by way of an anticipation of a full-scale study, titled, Parallel Lives and the Art of Convergence, to be published in 2009.


James Clark