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Bugundeki gecmis de dahil olmak uzere,gecmisin artik bir rolunun kalmadigi,insanlari yasam boyunca hem tek tek hem de topluluk halinde yonlendiren eski harita ve planlarin artik ustunde hareket ettigimiz topraklari ve yelken actigimiz denizleri temsil edemedigi bir dunyanin neye benzeyebilecegini gormek,bu yuzyilin sonunda ilk kez mumkun hale gelmistir.

Eric Hobsbawm,The Age of Extremes:A history of the World 1914-1991 Pantheon,Newyork,1994

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