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“Of all these [Gallic tribes], the Belgae are the strongest, because the provinces are farthest removed from culture and civilization, and not least because merchants often come to them and bring things that belong to the enervated minds, and they are nearest to the Germans, who live beyond the Rhine, with whom they are constantly… The post Philosophy and Liberty in a Commercial Age appeared first on VoegelinView.

“Of all these [Gallic tribes], the Belgae are the strongest, because the provinces are farthest removed from culture and civilization, and not least because merchants often come to them and bring things that belong to the enervated minds, and they are nearest to the Germans, who live beyond the Rhine, with whom they are constantly…

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