I hadn’t looked at this work for a long time, and I was struck by how much he does not blame Christianity for the decline of the Roman Empire.  Here is one bit, closer to Ibn Khaldun than anything: The rise of a city, which swelled into an empire, may deserve, as a singular prodigy, […]

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