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SCHEME OF CONTENTS
  1. PAGE
  2. Chapter XXIV. The Career of Alexander the Great
  3. § 1.
    Philip of Macedonia
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    367
  4. § 2.
    The murder of King Philip
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    373
  5. § 3.
    Alexander's first conquests
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    377
  6. § 4.
    The wanderings of Alexander
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    385
  7. § 5.
    Was Alexander indeed great?
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    389
  8. § 6.
    The successors of Alexander
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    395
  9. § 7.
    Pergamum a refuge of culture
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    396
  10. § 8.
    Alexander as a portent of world unity
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    397
  11. Chapter XXV. Science and Religion at Alexandria
  12. § 1.
    The science of Alexandria
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    401
  13. § 2.
    Philosophy of Alexandria
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    410
  14. § 3.
    Alexandria as a factory of religions
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    410
  15. Chapter XXVI. The Rise and Spread of Buddhism
  16. § 1.
    The story of Gautama
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    415
  17. § 2.
    Teaching and legend in conflict
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    421
  18. § 3.
    The gospel of Gautama Buddha
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    422
  19. § 4.
    Buddhism and Asoka
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    426
  20. § 5.
    Two great Chinese teachers
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    433
  21. § 6.
    The corruptions of Buddhism
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    438
  22. § 7.
    The present range of Buddhism
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    440
  23. BOOK V
  24. THE RISE AND COLLAPSE OF THE ROMAN EMPIRE
  25. Chapter XXVII. The Two Western Republics
  26. § 1.
    The beginnings of the Latin
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    445
  27. § 2.
    A new sort of state
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    454
  28. § 3.
    The Carthaginian republic of rich men
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    466
  29. § 4.
    The First Punic War
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    467
  30. § 5.
    Cato the Elder and the spirit of Cato
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    471
  31. § 6.
    The Second Punic War
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    475
  32. § 7.
    The Third Punic War
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    480
  33. § 8.
    How the Punic War undermined Roman liberty
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    485
  34. § 9.
    Comparison of the Roman republic with a modern state
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    486
  35. Chapter XXVIII. From Tiberius Gracchus to the God Emperor in Rome
  36. § 1.
    The science of thwarting the common man
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    493
  37. § 2.
    Finance in the Roman state
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    496
  38. § 3.
    The last years of republican politics
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    499
  39. § 4.
    The era of the adventurer generals
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    505