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Fernand Braudel Famous Quotes & Sayings

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Fernand Braudel quotes: Civilization is in fact the longest story of all. Civilization can persist through a series of economies. Civilization is in fact the longest story of all. Civilization can persist through a series of economies.
Fernand Braudel quotes: The mere smell of cooking can evoke a whole civilization. The mere smell of cooking can evoke a whole civilization.
Fernand Braudel quotes: The earth is, like our own skin, fated to carry the scars of ancient wounds. The earth is, like our own skin, fated to carry the scars of ancient wounds.
Fernand Braudel quotes: History may be divided into three movements: what moves rapidly, what moves slowly and what appears not to move at all. History may be divided into three movements: what moves rapidly, what moves slowly and what appears not to move at all.
Fernand Braudel quotes: All history must be mobilized if one would understand the present. All history must be mobilized if one would understand the present.
Fernand Braudel quotes: Leadership of a world-economy is an experience of power which may blind the victor to the march of history. Leadership of a world-economy is an experience of power which may blind the victor to the march of history.
Fernand Braudel quotes: Happiness, whether in business or private life, leaves very little trace in history. Happiness, whether in business or private life, leaves very little trace in history.
Fernand Braudel quotes: There are always some areas world history does not reach, zones of silence and undisturbed ignorance. There are always some areas world history does not reach, zones of silence and undisturbed ignorance.
Fernand Braudel quotes: Social science virtually abhors the event. Not without reason; the short-term is the most capricious and deceptive form of time. Social science virtually abhors the event. Not without reason; the short-term is the most capricious and deceptive form of time.