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The Origins of Western Warfare: Militarism and Morality in the Ancient World - Doyne Dawson
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Brant Publications, New York, 1990 Quarto, softcover, first section a littlle wavy (probable moisture at one time) but generally VG. pp 771 to 967. Cover shows North Gallery at Night, detail of a fabri, reminiscence and revival of the old-fashioned garden 1890 to 1910; Edwin Van Antwerp's Jelliff furniture; Neoclassical silver by Wilmington silversmiths in Delaware, British copperplate-printed textiles, Calendar and more.. Very Good/Unknown., Brant Publications, New York, 1990, US: Architectural Digest Publis, 1991. Architectural Digest Publis 1991 Fine/ Includes: MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM Exotic Fourishes for a Designer's Long Island Retreat Interior Design by Thomas Britt GEORGIAN REVIVAL IN CONNECTICUT English Style Distinguishes a Vintage 1920' Manor Interior Design by Keith Irvine and Edwin Jackson A NORTHWESTERN PALETTE Enhancing Carl F. 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Minassian ART NOTEBOOK THE CARNIVAL SPIRIT Colorful Tokens of a Vanishing American Phenomenon by Richard Conniff HISTORIC HOUSES HAMMERSMITH FARM Inside th Auchincloss Summer Enclave by Avis Berman. Paperback. Fine., Architectural Digest Publis, 1991, Cambridge University Press/Signal Books, 2004. First edition. Softcover. New. Modern Athens is a bustling, overgrown city, continually coming to terms with its illustrious past. Dominated by the Parthenon, the world-famous symbol of classical antiquity, it has been touched by every aspect of Greece`s turbulent history, suffering invasions and occupations, sieges, division and dictatorship, and has grown dramatically into a metropolis of four million people. Mixing old and new, the Greek capital is a treasure house of eastern Orthodox and western culture, rich in the visual arts, architecture and poetry. Michael Llewellyn Smith describes the history and culture of Athens, site of the 2004 Olympic Games and city of monuments enduring, purged and restored. Exploring its streets and squares, he reveals layers of Ancient Greek, Roman and Byzantine history, elegant Bavarian neoclassical buildings, and a modern city of concrete and glass, metro and tram. *THE CITY OF VISITORS: treasure hunters and Philhellenes; Byron and Chateaubriand; Thackeray and Mark Twain; Freud, Virigina Woolf and Winston Churchill. *THE CITY OF OLYMPIANS: host of the first modern Games of 1896 and the Olympiad of 2004; the revival of the Olympic idea. *THE CITY OF ATHENIANS: classical soldiers and thinkers; poets, politicians and princes; migrants and refugees from Greece and beyond. Printed Pages: 256., Cambridge University Press/Signal Books, 2004, Cambridge University Press/Signal Books, 2004. First edition. Softcover. New. Modern Athens is a bustling, overgrown city, continually coming to terms with its illustrious past. Dominated by the Parthenon, the world-famous symbol of classical antiquity, it has been touched by every aspect of Greece`s turbulent history, suffering invasions and occupations, sieges, division and dictatorship, and has grown dramatically into a metropolis of four million people. Mixing old and new, the Greek capital is a treasure house of eastern Orthodox and western culture, rich in the visual arts, architecture and poetry. Michael Llewellyn Smith describes the history and culture of Athens, site of the 2004 Olympic Games and city of monuments enduring, purged and restored. Exploring its streets and squares, he reveals layers of Ancient Greek, Roman and Byzantine history, elegant Bavarian neoclassical buildings, and a modern city of concrete and glass, metro and tram. *THE CITY OF VISITORS: treasure hunters and Philhellenes; Byron and Chateaubriand; Thackeray and Mark Twain; Freud, Virigina Woolf and Winston Churchill. *THE CITY OF OLYMPIANS: host of the first modern Games of 1896 and the Olympiad of 2004; the revival of the Olympic idea. *THE CITY OF ATHENIANS: classical soldiers and thinkers; poets, politicians and princes; migrants and refugees from Greece and beyond. Printed Pages: 256., Cambridge University Press/Signal Books, 2004, Christie's, London, 2009. First edition. Original Wrappers. Very Good. Paperback 442 lots. With coloured plates & illustrations. Slight wear & slight soiling to spine, covers & corners. Size: Folio. Item Type: Paperback. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 750 grams. Category: Auction Catalogues; Art, Design & Architecture; Antiques & Collectables; Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 020628. ., Christie's, 2009, Weidenfeld & Nicolson Ltd, London, 1967. First Edition. Hardcover (Original Cloth). Very Good Condition/Very Good. Illustrator: Edwin Smith -- Photographer. bound in original beige coloured cloth hardcover binding, with a photographic colour illustrated dust jacket. The dustjacket is slightly rubbed on the top edges, otherwise there is no damage to describe. Each of the various chapters covers a period of design, and each is written by a specialist author. The period covered our early classical, baroque and the rococo, Neoclassical, romantic revival, high Victorian, fin-de-siecle and modern, taking us from 1650 through to 1960. The book is illustrated with part page and double page black-and-white, and also colour photographs, many showing detail that would otherwise never be observed. Size: Folio ( over 12" tall ). 288 pages. Please refer to accompanying picture (s). Illustrator: Edwin Smith -- Photographer. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Antiques & Collectibles; Home Decorating & Repair. Inventory No: 0242525. . This book will weigh more than 1.0 kg when packed. Please enquire of the bookseller for an amended quote for the postage to destinations outside of Australia before ordering.., Weidenfeld & Nicolson Ltd, 1967, University of Pennsylvania Press, Philadelphia, first edition, 1985. Cloth, 8vo, 24 cm,. xiv, 326 pp. From the blurb: "In studying the civilizing process that preceded the flowering of courtly literature in the twelfth century, C. Stephen Jaeger argues that the origins of courtliness lie in the German courts, their courtier class, and the education for court service in the tenth and eleventh centuries. The courtly code passed from the realm of educated aristocrats, curiales, to that of knights and had an important role in shaping the romance author's sublime vision of a courtly-chivalric society ruled by King Arthur. Jaeger's discussion of Latin sources and Latin terms and concepts of courtesy brings forward a wealth of original material on court life and manners. The study sheds new light on court ethics, their social context and their function; the transformation of an ethic of court service into ideals of courtliness; the emergence of this code and its spread from courtiers to lay nobility. The portraits of noblemen in dynastic chronicles show the change from archaic feudal ideals to courtly-chivalric ones. We observe the importation of courtly ideals into the life of the lay nobility in the second half of the twelfth century, long after courtliness was a practiced ideal at the royal and imperial courts. Courtliness is in its origin neoclassical. It represents a revival of an ethical and social code of antiquity. Thus the classical education of courtly clerics and the humanism of the eleventh and twelfth centuries were important factors in the emergence of courtliness. Well written and forcefully argued, Jaeger's book is of interest to scholars of medieval history and literature, Western civilization and European history. Fine in Very Good dustwrapper., University of Pennsylvania Press, Philadelphia, first edition, 1985, 1985, Getty Publications, Los Angeles: 2008. Hardcover with dustjacket. Brand new book. With elegance and wit, Bruce Redford re-creates the vibrant culture of connoisseurship in Enlightenment England by investigating the multifaceted activities and achievements of the Society of Dilettanti. He dissects the British connoisseurs whose expeditions, collections, and publications laid the groundwork for the Neoclassical revival and for the scholarly study of Graeco-Roman antiquity. After the foundation of the society in 1732, portraits of the Dilettanti were painted by George Knapton, Sir Joshua Reynolds, and Sir Thomas Lawrence. These include a striking group of mock-classical and mock-religious portraits, which Redford deconstructs deliciously. The society's support of expeditions to the Levant yielded pioneering architectural and archaeological folios, from The Antiquities of Athens (1762) to Specimens of Ancient Sculpture (1809). These monumental volumes aspired to empirical exactitude in text and image alike. As Redford shows, they combine the didactic (detailed investigations into technique, condition, restoration, and provenance) with the connoisseurial (plates that bring the illustration of ancient sculpture to new artistic heights). The accompanying exhibition Grecian Taste and Roman Spirit: The Society of Dilettanti was on view at the J. Paul Getty Museum at the Getty Villa August 7 through October 27, 2008. Bruce Redford is University Professor and Professor of Art History and of English at Boston University. "Elegantly written text provides a lively anthropological analysis... traces the rise and decline of the culture of curiosity exemplified by the gentleman amateur or dilettante." - New Perspectives on the Eighteenth Century, Getty Publications, Los Angeles: 2008, Getty Publications. Near Fine with no dust jacket. 2008. Hardcover. 0892369248 . Minor shelfwear. ; 232 pages; With elegance and wit, Bruce Redford re-creates the vibrant culture of connoisseurship in Enlightenment England by investigating the multifaceted activities and achievements of the Society of Dilettanti. He dissects the British connoisseurs whose expeditions, collections, and publications laid the groundwork for the Neoclassical revival and for the scholarly study of Graeco-Roman antiquity. After the foundation of the society in 1732, portraits of the Dilettanti were painted by George Knapton, Sir Joshua Reynolds, and Sir Thomas Lawrence. These include a striking group of mock-classical and mock-religious portraits, which Redford deconstructs deliciously. The society's support of expeditions to the Levant yielded pioneering architectural and archaeological folios, from The Antiquities of Athens (1762) to Specimens of Ancient Sculpture (1809). These monumental volumes aspired to empirical exactitude in text and image alike. As Redford shows, they combine the didactic (detailed investigations into technique, condition, restoration, and provenance) with the connoisseurial (plates that bring the illustration of ancient sculpture to new artistic heights). ., Getty Publications, 2008, Series: The New Griffon, No. 13. In english. Soft cover, 24 cm, 128 pp., ill. This volume of essays focuses principally on the collection of books of British and Irish antiquarian scholars held in the Gennadius Library. Collectively, the essays are the product of two thematically-linked conferences: the first of these was held in Athens in June 2010, and was organised by the School of Art History and Cultural Policy, University College Dublin, in collaboration with the Gennadius Library, and graciously hosted by the Irish Institute of Hellenic Studies; the second, held in Dublin in June 2011, was organized by the School of Art History and Cultural Policy, and hosted by the Humanities Institute of Ireland. The major premise explored in the paper sessions of those conferences, and in this volume, concerns the work of some of the most pioneering British and Irish 18th and early 19th century antiquarians, artists, and architects who voyaged into the Mediterranean. The publication of their findings in architectural treatises, travelogues and illustrated books came, in turn, to inform international movements of art and architecture; specifically, the Neoclassical and Greek Revival styles. Collectively, these books capture the allure of the broader Mediterranean world for scholars of antiquity - ever expanding beyond the well-traveled boundaries enjoyed by Grand Tourists - exploring issues such as topography, history, cultural mores, dress and, of course, art and architecture. Print and book culture was at the core of the early modern period, not least in the world of architecture, and the conscious effort to gather and disseminate knowledge of the wider classical world through this medium is remarkable. The significant contribution of British and Irish scholarship to this broader European discourse is here viewed through the lens of the extraordinary book collection held in the Gennadius Library., ASCSA, 2012, Westview Press. Paperback. New. Paperback. 216 pages. Dimensions: 9.1in. x 6.1in. x 0.8in.What is the source of the uniquely Western way of war, the persistent militarism that has made Europe the site of bloodshed throughout history and secured the dominance of the West over the rest of the world The answer, Doyne Dawson persuasively argues in this groundbreaking new book, is to be found in the very bedrock of Western civilization: ancient Greece and Rome. The Origins of Western Warfare begins with an overview of primitive warfare, showing how the main motivations of prehistoric combatrevenge and honorset the tone for Greek thinking about questions of war and morality. These ideas, especially as later developed by the Romans, ensured the emergence of a distinctive Western tradition of warfare: dynamic, aggressive, and devastatingly successful when turned against non-Western cultures. Dawson identifies key factors that led Western culture down this particular path. First, the Greeks argued that war could be justified as an instrument of human and divine justice, securing the social and cosmic order. Second, war was seen as a rational instrument of foreign policy. This, probably the most original contribution of the Greeks to military thought, was articulated as early as the fifth century b. c. Finally, Greek military thought was dominated by the principle of civic militarism, in which the ideal state is based upon self-governing citizens trained and armed for war. The Roman version of civic militarism became thoroughly imperial in spirit, and in general, the Romans successfully modified these Greek ideas to serve their expansionist policies. At the end of antiquity, these traditions were passed on to medieval Europe, forming the basis for the just war doctrines of the Church. Later, in early modern Europe, they were fully revived, systematized, and given a basis in natural lawto the benefit of absolute monarchs. For centuries this neoclassical synthesis served the needs of European elites, and echoes of it are still heard in contemporary justifications for war. Providing a careful reconsideration of what the classical sources tell us about Western thinking on fundamental questions of war and peace, The Origins of Western Warfare makes a lasting contribution to our understanding of one of the most persistent and troubling aspects of Western culture. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN., Westview Press

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What is the source of the uniquely Western way of war, the persistent militarism that has made Europe the site of bloodshed throughout history and secured the dominance of the West over the rest of the world? The answer, Doyne Dawson persuasively argues in this groundbreaking new book, is to be found in the very bedrock of Western civilization: ancient Greece and Rome.The Origins of Western Warfare begins with an overview of primitive warfare, showing how the main motivations of prehistoric combat—revenge and honor—set the tone for Greek thinking about questions of war and morality. These ideas, especially as later developed by the Romans, ensured the emergence of a distinctive Western tradition of warfare: dynamic, aggressive, and devastatingly successful when turned against non-Western cultures.Dawson identifies key factors that led Western culture down this particular path. First, the Greeks argued that war could be justified as an instrument of human and divine justice, securing the social and cosmic order. Second, war was seen as a rational instrument of foreign policy. This, probably the most original contribution of the Greeks to military thought, was articulated as early as the fifth century b.c. Finally, Greek military thought was dominated by the principle of “civic militarism,” in which the ideal state is based upon self-governing citizens trained and armed for war.The Roman version of civic militarism became thoroughly imperial in spirit, and in general, the Romans successfully modified these Greek ideas to serve their expansionist policies. At the end of antiquity, these traditions were passed on to medieval Europe, forming the basis for the just war doctrines of the Church. Later, in early modern Europe, they were fully revived, systematized, and given a basis in natural law—to the benefit of absolute monarchs. For centuries this neoclassical synthesis served the needs of European elites, and echoes of it are still heard in contemporary justifications for war.Providing a careful reconsideration of what the classical sources tell us about Western thinking on fundamental questions of war and peace, The Origins of Western Warfare makes a lasting contribution to our understanding of one of the most persistent and troubling aspects of Western culture. Doyne Dawson, James D Dawson, Books, Science and Nature, Technology, Military Science, The Origins of Western Warfare: Militarism And Morality In The Ancient World Books>Science and Nature>Technology>Military Science, Westview Press

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[EAN: 9780813333922], Neubuch, [PU: The Perseus Books Group, United States], History|Military|General, History|Military|Other, Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.What is the source of the uniquely Western way of war, the persistent militarism that has made Europe the site of bloodshed throughout history and secured the dominance of the West over the rest of the world? The answer, Doyne Dawson persuasively argues in this groundbreaking new book, is to be found in the very bedrock of Western civilization: ancient Greece and Rome.The Origins of Western Warfare begins with an overview of primitive warfare, showing how the main motivations of prehistoric combat--revenge and honor--set the tone for Greek thinking about questions of war and morality. These ideas, especially as later developed by the Romans, ensured the emergence of a distinctive Western tradition of warfare: dynamic, aggressive, and devastatingly successful when turned against non-Western cultures.Dawson identifies key factors that led Western culture down this particular path. First, the Greeks argued that war could be justified as an instrument of human and divine justice, securing the social and cosmic order. Second, war was seen as a rational instrument of foreign policy. This, probably the most original contribution of the Greeks to military thought, was articulated as early as the fifth century b.c. Finally, Greek military thought was dominated by the principle of civic militarism, in which the ideal state is based upon self-governing citizens trained and armed for war.The Roman version of civic militarism became thoroughly imperial in spirit, and in general, the Romans successfully modified these Greek ideas to serve their expansionist policies. At the end of antiquity, these traditions were passed on to medieval Europe, forming the basis for the just war doctrines of the Church. Later, in early modern Europe, they were fully revived, systematized, and given a basis in natural law--to the benefit of absolute monarchs. For centuries this neoclassical synthesis served the needs of European elites, and echoes of it are still heard in contemporary justifications for war.Providing a careful reconsideration of what the classical sources tell us about Western thinking on fundamental questions of war and peace, The Origins of Western Warfare makes a lasting contribution to our understanding of one of the most persistent and troubling aspects of Western culture.

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The Origins of Western Warfare: Militarism and Morality in the Ancient World
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The Origins of Western Warfare: Militarism and Morality in the Ancient World

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081333392X

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