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[Interview] Our Islamic Future. Why EU is like Roman Empire and what alienated Muslims will do about it: a 2050 perspective

May 5, 2018

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In medieval Europe a ruler could force a religion on his region, says dr Greg Lewicki in an interview for Alukah.net by Abdur-Rahman Abou Almajd. Now, thanks to democracy, the rule returns inverted and it is a region that can force a religion on a ruler. This is why in 2050 Islam will continue to grow […]

“Cities in the Neomedieval Era” Available for Download! On Return of Middle Ages to Politics, Culture, Society, Law and Urbanism

July 5, 2017

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Italian writer Umberto Eco and British political scientist Hedley Bull were right: in spite of the dashing technological progress we are returning to the Middles Ages. And fast. The era ahead of us is a period of fragmented identity, future shock, alienation, segregation, uncertainty and the growing impact of religion on the public life. How […]

“Advent of New Proletariat” – they’re coming. My new book on Toynbee, history and Europe available now in Polish.

May 21, 2012

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I invite you to have a look at my new book “The Advent of New Proletariat”, available now (in Polish) in selected bookshops. The subtitle of the book:  “Hellenic and Western Civilization according to Arnold Toynbee” tells more about the content: I critically analyze Toynbee’s model of the rise and collapse of civilizations to check […]

Network Medievalism. Welcome to the New Middle Ages!

November 23, 2010

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Welcome to the New Middle Ages! Casimir Pulaski Foundation has just published my policy paper that sketches a framework for an integral theory of social change called “network neomedievalism”. DOWNLOAD the English version of the paper. The paper (available also in Polish) is based on an article published previously in Polish Pressje Quarterly (No XX, […]