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As in the Renais sance, the portrayal o f the political sphere is o f the State as a systematic ‘work o f art’, essentially hostile to the other powers and to the development o f the individual; Burckhardt finishes with a discussion o f the origins of Greek political thought and political philosophy, and the conception of Greek unity and superiority over the world o f the barbarians. The whole picture o f the polis is both negative and ironic, expressing Burckhardt’s dislike and fear o f the political power and his recognition o f the excessive importance that the Greeks attributed to the political life.
A false relationship has grown up in this way between the grammar school and the true further development o f the mind, which might well lead to catastrophe. We, then, should be trying to do everything possible to preserve a living feeling for ancient Greece. In conclusion: We do not set out to glorify, and will not allow enthusiasm to colour our judgment. ’ But the role o f Greek intellectual life in world history, its position between East and West, must be made clear. What they did and suffered, they appear to have done and suffered freely, and thus differently from all earlier races.
In the life o f the mind they reached frontiers which the rest o f mankind cannot permit themselves to fall short of, at least in their attempts to acknowledge and to profit, even where they are inferior to the Greeks in the capacity for achievement. It is for this reason that posterity needs to study the Greeks; if we ignore them we are simply accepting our own decline. Their knowledge and their faculty o f observation were extraordinary. By their study o f the world the Greeks illuminate not only their own nature but that o f all other ancient peoples; without them, and the philhellenic Romans, there would be no knowledge o f past times, for all other nations attended to nothing but themselves, their own citadels, temples and gods.