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You're dropped into the Sengoku period of Japanese history. You'll be able to choose what clan's territory you fall in and you'll miraculously be able to speak and write in native-level Japanese.
Furthermore, You're allowed to bring one object and three books (that'll be translated) with you.

What do you do?
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>>340640
>Item: Finest Nippon Shteel, folded one thousand times in a fire made of burning doujins.
> Book One, Advanced Medival Siege Equipment and Advanced Powder Weapons
> Book Two, History of the Sengoku Jidai
> Book Three, Training and enabling an Army

Why go to the land of the sunset conquerors when the true children of the islands have been cast into the dark. With superior training and...
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>>340640
uesugi
a book on military tactics, a book on military technology, a book on developing technology
a gun to show i'm not bullshitting around
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>implying they would listen to a gaijin neckbeard

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Suppose America never went past the Appalachian mountains. How would the Native Americans develop if America never went Manifest Destiny on their asses?
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>>340384
They wouldn't spain already fucked up all the natives that had some semblance of higher society. All that was left of "american" indians of that period was shambles of the former mississipi river civilization and nomads who took spanish horses to the extreme like little american ghengis khans all squabbling for power.
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Assuming no diseases were transmitted from contact with Europeans, they would probably spend the next century or more fighting small-scale wars, where groups that had access to European technology (weapons) and knowledge would have a huge advantage over their rivals. There would be no need to remove all the forests like European migrators did, since they could still practice a mixed hunting-gathering economy with limited agriculture.
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Spain and France go Manifest Destiny on their asses. Then Russia comes in from the west.

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How does the LTV explain pet rocks?
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>>340283
Whose LTV? There are a lot of differences in what constitutes "labour" between Smith, Ricardo and Marx.
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>>340313
>There are a lot of differences in what constitutes "labour" between Smith, Ricardo and Marx.
Not afaik. Could you illustrate with some passages which show they defined labor differently?
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>>340330
Contribution to a critique of political economy on complex and simple labour as socially abstract labours.

Capital 1 on social labour, ie: abstract labour. Capital 1 on social necessity (realisation). Capital 1 on the commodity being sold being labour power the capacity to labour, rather than labour itself, solving the origin of surplus value in the difference between sustenance and worked hours.

Capital 1 isn't that long mate. You'd want to look for: social necessity (ie: the commodity actually...
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How can language reflect reality?
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Language is an expression of reality. This whole "a representation of reality must reflect reality" meme needs to fucking die
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>>340260
It does about as well as it can within the limitations of the human mind and body.
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>>340260
Majoring in English will get you no job.

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I'm interested in Colonial Africa. Specifically German and Portuguese colonies. How did they operate compared to the Belgians and French?
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>>339989
We (portuguese) already had a long foothold on the coninent before other countries, so we quickly and effectively occupied the rest of the territory without much resistance from the natives.

We also developed the colonies with infrastructure, although keeping the natives with a low level of eductaion, at least in the early times.

Guiné was a fucking jungle with little resources, but had a good coast. Angola had natural resources out of its ass, and Moçambique was farms central.

Hydrothermal energy,...
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>>339989
German East Africa was.... an oddity; I believe it was the best run of all the colonial regions. It was also the only German colony to meaningfully resist occupation during WW1.

The long and short of it is that the German administration in East Africa took the "White Man's Burden" and "Mission to Civilize" at face value. The quality of education in the region dropped significantly after administration shifted to the British.
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>>340099
Fuck the Anglos

They ruin everything good and sacred

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What would have happened to the USSR and the world in general if Lenin had survived until old age?
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>>339918
He would have been poisoned/shot.
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>>339918
More or less exactly what happened historically. An attempt to brutalise the urban proletariat while waiting for China / Germany to go off, followed by a hysteric heavy industry led capitalist development based on the extraction of surplus value through the proletarianisation of peasants.

The better question is: what would happen to the Soviet Union in a condition of general international revolution?
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>>339972
Perhaps I should have said "What would have happened differently"

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What do you know about Brazil's history?
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WE WUZ EMPERORS
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Jungle. Then emu hunters came down and started fishing. That went pretty well for a few thousand years. Then some Euros came and fucked that up. Then sugar cane and cattle. Then a lot of fishing. Then a puppet king, then some regular kings, then probably just plantations and shit. Then they were like "We're 90% slaves, fuck this shit," and got rid of their king.

Then some more Europeans came and were like "Woah, check out this fucking jungle!" Then everyone was like, "We ain't time for butterflys, fucking Nazis are everywhere"...
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"Why did you depose Pedro II?"

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>>Nowadays he is known to us as Constantine the Great, and with good reason: with the exceptions of Jesus Christ, the Prophet Mohammed, and the Buddha, he was to be perhaps the most influential man who ever lived

Agree/disagree? And if he's not number 1 (or four, whatever), where would you place him? I feel he should definitely be in the top 10.
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He looks manly as fuck
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>>339723

>Christ
>Muhammad
>Constantine

And heres Abraham bitterly masturbating in the corner.
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How do we overcome the problem of induction?
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It's superstitious nonsense. Science doesn't have to worry about it before getting to work.
-A.J. Ayer
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>>339729
Well honestly he did present one way to overcome it.

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How often were two handed swords used in medieval warfare? Who used them? What was their purpose?
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to go for the kill when theyre out of lobbys
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Two handed swords were more Renaissance than Medieval. Their purpose wasn't different from that of any other sword - self-defense and close quarters combat. Anyone with training could use them, but in Germany there arose a series of guilds that trained and accredited master swordsmen whose mark of rank sometimes involved their use of a large sword. This gave them rights to better pay than other recruits who lacked some other way to vouch for their talent as a fighter.
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>>339639
>How often were two handed swords used in medieval warfare?
Very rarely.

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Looking back, Texas as a nation only lasted for 10 years before annexation so what would have happened if it never occured? Do you think that the republic could have lasted more years or would have been invaded by their stronger neighbors?
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>>339635
There were immense economical and political motivations for annexation, the case for annexation was so strong it's hard to imagine a world where Texas is never admitted into the union.

First of all, "Texans" were Americans. They were mostly anglos from the southern states who settled in Texas because of the prospect of cheap land and it was open to slavery. There was no 'Texas' heritage. The first white settlers in Texas who came from the US were the very same people who fought the war...
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if texas became a nation today it would do fairly well, but as the guy above me said...back in those days there's no way they would have lasted which such large neighbors
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>>339705
/thread

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I have a couple books on the subject, but I'm looking for more sources on how the idea of the dark ages being 'dark' is full of shit, and rather the Early Middle Ages were just the continued march of progression for Western Civilization.
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>>339625
Shameless bump.
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The actual Dark Ages did happen, between the fall of Rome and Charlemagne. Western civilisation started in the 10th century and wasn't a continuation of anything but something new.

The idea that is full of shit is that the entire Middle Ages are "Dark Ages", which is what most people believe and what Petrarch originally referred to when he made up that expression.
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>>339867
Basically this. Between the fall of the Roman empire and the 10th or 11th centuary we did go backwards. Nobody could read anything, even kings and Aristocrats were illiterate, for instance Charlemagne.

It ended with Charlemagne conquering some lands and uniting them. This allowed the states to actually exchange information and to get a working economy. Petrarch introduced humanism. Muslims from the "golden age" also had a hand with reviving education.

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>calls himself Christian
>doesn't evangelize peacefully and politely
>practices idolatry with crosses and sanctified imagery
>indulges in bad habits and cultivates friendships with worldly peoples
>votes in elections, supports the military and concerns himself with worldly kingdoms

Have you actually read the New Testament, /his/? If you had read it instead of allowing corrupted priests to dictate it to you,...
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>>339582
They are heretics though. They have their own fake veriosn of the bible, but even then they are easily argued into a corner. I see pic related on every busy street corner in my city and I sometimes go and have the doctrine talk (tm) with them. Most JW are poorly prepared for even an entry-level discussion and some fondle after a single good argument. I have to admit they are usually nice, but also very dishonest intellectually.
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>>340717
The only Christians I've ever met that were well read on the Bible were JWs.
>heretics
Coming from someone that literally worships a human being that's rich.
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>>340748
>Coming from someone that literally worships a human being that's rich.
That's the definition of being Christian.

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can someone inform me on the basic economic policies in the soviet union? were they really "communist"? i cant imagine they could've been self sufficient which is why they invested heavily in military to push their influence. Also why did they participate in the space race? It seems like that is what helped kill them big time
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http://www.conservapedia.com/Soviet_Union
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>>339557
>conservapedia
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>>339557
>conservapedia
Now this certainly won't be biased, right?

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Can we have a thread about Charlemagne?

>6'2
>carolingian revolution
>pushed for education
>created modern Europe
>father of France and Germany
>had an albino elephant called Abul Abas
>made Europe has its shit straight and start growing in power
>motherfucking Joyeuse
>model for...
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>>339499
>lived in the 800s
>created modern europe
wut
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>>339509
I mean modern concept of Europe (christian western/central). Before Charlemagne christianization there was no European unity. He united Germanic people, spread feodalism and christianity. He created the bases for european civilization (arguably with Clovis when he chose catholic faith).
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>>339531
>he united Germanic people
Would you say he united them under one flag?

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