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By Johannes Fried,Peter Lewis

Johannes Fried offers us a center a long time jam-packed with humans encountering the unexpected, grappling with new rules, redefining energy, and interacting with diverse societies—an period characterised through continuities and discontinuities, the colourful growth of information, and an figuring out of the transforming into complexity of the world.

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