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Homilies, 1989-1991 / Ath. Kanellopoulos
Bib ID 2674793
Format BookBook
Author
Kanellopoulos, Athanasios
 
Description Athena : Ekdotike Hestia, 1992 
190 p. ; 21 cm. 
ISBN 9603110000
Full contents
  • Ho paideutikos kai politistikos rolos tes E.R.T.
  • Ho politikos kai he historia
  • Sophronismos kai autosophronismos
  • Tessares tragikoi tes politikes
  • Apo to dikaioma sten isoteta, sto dikaioma ste diaphora
  • Atomiko sympheron kai altrouismos
  • He oikoumenikoteta tes historikes mas moiras, e he Hellas tou mellontos
  • He Hellas anakalyptei kai themelionei ten Europe
  • Paideia kai idanika gia tous managers
  • Hepta aionon demiourgike anexartesia
 
Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

Subjects Greece.

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