Verskil tussen weergawes van "Weste"

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[[Beeld:The Western World.png|thumb|300px|Één definisie van die Westerse wêreld is die Europese Enkelmark plus die Anglosfeer.]]
 
henk Die '''Weste''' of '''Westerse wêreld''' verwys na [[Europa]] en 'n groep gemeenskaplike lande. Die terme '''awendland''' en '''aandland''' ([[Latyn]]: ''occidens'', "sonsondergang, Weste") verwys na Europa in 'n [[digkuns|digterlike]] konteks. Die idee van 'n Westerse deel van die wêreld begin by die Grieks-Romeinse beskawing, [[Judaïsme]], en [[Christendom]].<ref>Religions in Global Society – p. 146, Peter Beyer – 2006</ref><ref name="Cambridge University Historical Series">Cambridge University Historical Series, ''An Essay on Western Civilization in Its Economic Aspects'', p. 40: Hebraism, like Hellenism, has been an all-important factor in the development of Western Civilization; Judaism, as the precursor of Christianity, has indirectly had had much to do with shaping the ideals and morality of western nations since the christian era.</ref><ref name="Caltron J.H Hayas">Caltron J.H Hayas, ''Christianity and Western Civilization'' (1953), Stanford University Press, p. 2: That certain distinctive features of our Western civilization&nbsp;— the civilization of western Europe and of America— have been shaped chiefly by Judaeo–Graeco–Christianity, Catholic and Protestant.</ref><ref name="Horst Hutter">Horst Hutter, University of New York, ''Shaping the Future: Nietzsche's New Regime of the Soul And Its Ascetic Practices'' (2004), p. 111: three mighty founders of Western culture, namely Socrates, Jesus, and Plato.</ref><ref name="Fred Reinhard Dallmayr">Fred Reinhard Dallmayr, ''Dialogue Among Civilizations: Some Exemplary Voices'' (2004), p. 22: Western civilization is also sometimes described as "Christian" or "Judaeo-Christian" civilization.</ref>
 
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