What does popular European literature say about the European mind, in relation to the desire for a 'just society'? Does the literature in question suggest that they, as a collective, actually want one? Does current and/or historical behavior on behalf of the cultural monolith, that is Europe, work to create this society? These questions arise every time I'm confronted with European and Eurocentric literature. The words in question are usually beautiful and idyllic, but the same questions always comes to the front. Why after 2800 years of literacy, have they not yet got it right? Why is this world still plagued with the negativity emanating from this branch of the human family?
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