Too Many Crises or Just Another Leap Forward – An Essay


  • Florian Nuta Danubius University


Historically, the world's major crises were turning points in human history, and human evolution went through many such moments. At times, these momentous events were a vital menace for humans, endangering vast populations and regions. Even if it was about exiting the last Ice Age, a massive plague, or huge migrations, the humans were tested for their best resilience capacity and endurance skills. Learning from past experiences as a race, not only at the individual level, was the leading quality that separated humans from other species. Our civilization overcame those critical moments, advancing society to the subsequent level of development.


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How to Cite

Nuta, F. (2023). Too Many Crises or Just Another Leap Forward – An Essay. EuroEconomica, 42(2), 7–9. Retrieved from




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