Spengler's Magian Classification, Unrecognized Ecumene, The Near East
My aim in the following discussion was to determine from the historical evidence that small group of ideas, metaphysical assumptions, and attitudes which made up the core of the Magian I psychological world-outlook. The latter two-thirds of the essay is devoted to this problem, while the first third is concerned with the evidence for the very existence in the first millennium B.C. of a Near Eastern worldview of the same order as that of Greece, Europe, China, and India.
Richardson, David B.
"Spengler’s “Magian” Classification Applied to an Unrecognized Ecumene: The Near East, 1500 to 0 BCE,"
Comparative Civilizations Review: Vol. 81
, Article 8.
Available at: https://scholarsarchive.byu.edu/ccr/vol81/iss2/8