honest history, distorted novels, healthy psychology, abnormal behavior I started with two books:

Chen Lemin’s “15 lectures on European civilization” and Chen Hengzhe’s “western history” are two books that are easy to understand. The following are some bibliographies mentioned by Mr. Chen in the “15 lectures on European civilization” by Douban friend. I’ll give you a reference:

the opening remarks of the first lecture Kagan, etc, The Western heritage, a textbook of Western history, is very thick and may not be finished. You can find out the context of specific things. “The philosophyo of history” is very difficult to read, not necessarily all of it. But the introduction needs to be read. It’s best to read German or English. There is nothing better written by the Chinese people in Chen Hengzhe’s western history. The writing is very fluent and delicate. Gayal’s European history is a French university textbook. It is translated by Cai Hongbin and GUI Yufang. It is particularly convenient to check the age. Lei Haizong’s “outline of Western cultural history” is a necessary reference book and a lecture outline for 37 years. Chen Lemin’s “history of the expansion of European civilization” is for criticism (the author’s own book). Lands’s “the wealth of nations – why some are so rich and some so poor” Toynbee’s “historical research” can be turned over when he is free. There is no need to read it carefully. One hammer in the East and one hammer in the West. Spengler’s “the decline of the west” is famous for its western centrism, but it is impossible to see how the two river basins affect Greece from Herodotus’s “history”. The first is about Egypt and Persia, and the second is about the Persian war. After reading it, I feel very ignorant. Sometimes I get very excited. The rise and fall of Rome, the history of the Roman Empire and the theory of the reasons for the rise and fall of Rome lesson 2 Aristotle’s politics of Greece examines the political systems of 150 Greek city states. Thucydides takes a serious look at the Peloponnesian War. The full text quotes Pericles’ eulogy for the soldiers killed in the Sparta war in Athens, and summarizes the democracy and law of Athens, There is also the “Athenian spirit”, which can make the human body reflect Hegel’s saying that “as long as we mention Greece, we Europeans have a sense of home”. “The eastern expedition”, “Gu Zhun’s anthology” and “Berlin conversation” are simple and fun, with a free attitude, advocating diversity; Some people think it’s too slippery. Third, the rise and fall of Rome for a thousand years Montesquieu’s “on the causes of the rise and fall of Rome” is one of the spiritual bases of law, which is not easy to read. Hold your nose and watch. Tacitus’s Germanic chronicle and Caesar’s Gaul war are well translated into Chinese. The customs and people along the way were recorded. Dante’s divine comedy is the most important epic besides Homer’s epic. From the Roman Empire to the feudal period, Engels’s paper on the ancient history of the Germanic people and the Frankish era describe the process of the Germanic nation from primitive to civilization in great detail and vividly. Einhard, Charlemagne the great, Marx and Engels, the holy family, Haskins, the Renaissance of the twelfth century, Dante, anewlife. Elias’s triptych “the progress of civilization” cited many brochures of civilization and politeness in the middle ages. Fifth, the position of the Middle Ages in European history. Machiavelli’s history of Florence tells the history of various Italian states. One wish is to unite these states. Hegel’s principles of legal philosophy Hegel always said simple things were very complicated. It’s hard to read, but it’s worth trying to understand it. Erasmus’s “Ode to the fool” or “Ode to the foolish God” is very fun. The author’s humanistic color. Lecture 6: how much did Machiavelli’s theory of monarchy, the first person in the Renaissance, contribute to the political science of excluding morality? Jacob buchhart’s “Italian Renaissance culture” has time to turn over very thick and detailed, what happened in what area. Martin Luther, this is my position, Shanghai translation. You can be interested in him. Engels’ German peasant war has a very incisive analysis of the social background and situation at that time, as well as Martin Luther. Zweig’s “an ancient dream” and “biography of erasmo” are very well written, and the author’s character is very complex. Zweig’s dream of yesterday is well written. I’m disappointed and sorry about the situation in the 19th-20th century. The Treaty of Westphalia was the first international convention. Voltaire’s on tolerance freedom and tolerance are compatible. A classic. It illustrates a very extreme example during the religious war. Wu Guosheng’s “the course of science” can understand the development of science and scientific thought during the religious reform. The eighth speech said that he Zhaowu translated “answer a question: what is enlightenment” in Kant’s collection of critical essays on rational history. Not many words, very concise. The author wrote this article after careful consideration and Reflection on the French Revolution. Voltaire in Bacon’s “new tools” said that no one knew what “experimental philosophy” was before this book. He didn’t know that we should understand world phenomena through experiments. Not necessarily from beginning to end. The words are fresh, smooth and full of wisdom. Voltaire’s philosophical communication, published by Shanghai People’s publishing house, is very good-looking. It is necessary to understand Voltaire and the French Enlightenment. I think his life is very full. Diderot’s dream of dalambe is very relaxed, a little ironic laughing and scolding, philosophical, looking at the world, material, soul and criticizing reality with human eyes. In the selected works of Diderot’s philosophy, John Mill talked about freedom more comprehensively. Lecture 9 British French Revolution bill of rights, Magna Carta, petition of rights, Mayflower convention, Burke’s reflection on the French Revolution, Paine’s on human rights, Locke’s on government, Jefferson’s declaration of independence, declaration of human rights, United Nations Declaration of human rights, Rousseau’s theory of social contract Lecture 10 radiation of European civilization Marx’s Communist Manifesto and Tocqueville’s democracy in the United States on how the United States inherited European civilization and fed it back to Europe.  Lecture 11 lecture 12 European



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