Although structurally and thematically similar to ‘At the Crossroads of Axial Divergence’ (2003), comprised, as ever, of aphoristic notes, this work represents a quantum leap forward in certain areas which are explored more accurately and rigorously by the author than before, progressing from a consideration of the distinctions between sacred and profane ego to the cultural and political differences between Europe and America, and of how Britain’s attraction towards America undermines Europe and creates problems which even France cannot avoid being affected by, much as France differs from Britain in respect of its cultural and political traditions and should be judged, we believe, by criteria closer, in essence, to those obtaining in countries like Ireland, where the influence of the Catholic Church is traditionally more omnipresent.
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