How to Mend a Broken World: A Comparative Study Of Atatürk’s Büyük Nutuk And Augustine’s City Of God Review

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What do you do when your world falls apart? Panic? Despair? Or repair?

Augustine and Atatürk, a fifth-century African and a 20th-century Turk, each faced an empire's end. Each created, from the wreckage swirling around him, a lifeboat for his people.

They teach us how to focus our lives to achieve maximum results, for ourselves and for those who count on us.

Thomas C. Smedley, PhD, brings a technical writer's perspective to the social scientist's task. Decades of studying social collapses and regenerations come together in this study. Using literary criticism and computer-aided content analysis, Smedley sifts out common imperatives shared by world changers

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  • Publisher:The Village Wordsmith; 1st edition (June 24, 2012)
  • Publication date:June 24, 2012
  • Language::English
  • File size:635 KB
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  • Print length:184 pages
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