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    Has history a future?Alan Bullock - 1977 - Palo Alto, Calif.: Aspen Institute for Humanistic Studies.
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  2. „Introduction “, u: Donald Cameron Watt.Alan Bullock - 1969 - In Donald Cameron Watt (ed.), Contemporary history in Europe. New York,: Praeger. pp. 11--13.
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  3. Men, chance and history.Alan Bullock - 1955 - London: Lindsey Press.
     
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    The humanist tradition in the West.Alan Bullock - 1985 - New York: Norton.
    The Renaissance -- The Enlightenment -- The nineteenth century, rival versions -- The twentieth century, towards a new humanism -- Has humanism a future?
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    The Past and the Future.Alan Bullock - 1982 - Upa.
    Alan Bullock demonstrates the continuity of mankind's thought and concerns from the historical past, through the troubled and often confusing present into the almost invisible future. This continuum offers us a basis for achieving understanding and perspective, for relating past, present and future. Without seeing this relationship, the moment of our lifetime must seem isolated and meaningless. Co-pubished with the Aspen Institute.
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