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  • Bruce Mazlish
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Abstract

In a volume devoted to ‘world histories’, it figures naturally that ‘world history’ will be the central term. Yet to truly situate it in historical discourse, we must place it among other, related terms. Such comparison is essential, above all, because world history implicitly subsumes all other histories under its domain-name. Partial recognition of this fact is embodied in the plural, ‘histories’, in the title of this book.

Keywords

Europe Coherence Posit Arena Rosen 

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