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O Guerreiro e a Cidade

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Em 1814, ao final das guerras Napoleônicas, Benjamin Constant escreveu com alívio: “Nós chegamos à era do comércio, à era que deve necessariamente substituir a da guerra, como a da guerra necessariamente tinha que precedê-la”. Ingênuo Benjamin! Ele tomou generalizada idéia de progresso indefinido, como promotora do advento da paz entre homens e nações.

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El Guerrero y la Ciudad

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En 1814, al final de las Guerras Napoleónicas, Benjamin Constant escribió con alivio: “Hemos llegado a la era del comercio, la era que debe necesariamente reemplazar a la de la guerra, tal como la era de la guerra tuvo que necesariamente preceder.” ¡Iluso Benjamin! Asumió demasiado amplia la idea del progreso indefinido apoyando el advenimiento de la paz entre hombres y naciones.

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The Warrior & the City

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Translated by Greg Johnson

Translations: Portuguese, Spanish

In 1814, at the end of the Napoleonic wars, Benjamin Constant wrote with relief: “We have arrived at the age of commerce, the age that must necessarily replace that of war, as the age of war necessarily had to precede it.” Naïve Benjamin! He took up the very widespread idea of indefinite progress supporting the advent of peace between men and nations.

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