Ideologically what are the difference between these?
Theologically the orthodox and catholics aren't that different. It's mainly cultural and obviously they disagree on how to organize a church and who should have authority.
Proestants reject nearly every addition to faith through 'tradition' and adhere to the bible alone, usually. Technically Mormons are protestants and they certainly aren't Sola scriptura but I'm referring mainly to north American and European protestants that stemmed from luther.
This is a very crude approximation though.
Cortez did nothing wrong. The Aztecs would have been a fucking nightmare to deal with by the Enlightenment if they hadn't been put down upon discovery. We'd be dealing with an ideologically Volkish Mexican ethnic state more interested in preserving its violent heritage than in cooperating with the world.
>We'd be dealing with an ideologically Volkish Mexican ethnic state more interested in preserving its violent heritage than in cooperating with the world.
You say that like it wouldn't have been awesome.
How were roads built prior to the 20th century? Who constructed and paid for them? Were they effective? Did people know how to use them? It's just hard to imagine what a road network would look like prior to the government building them.
Dirt paths were a pain, but local communities could work together to get them built. Further, travelers would naturally keep simple paths clear, with some maintenance required.
Paved roads are an entirely different story. If you want an early 20th century example of the shitshow that was early modern road construction, look up the Lincoln Highway.
Logic built the roads. A path walked by people enough grew naturally to become a "road". Necessity increased its safety and size. This was good for both man and government. The road is as essential as the plow or town hall. Benefits all
Prove them wrong by posting god-tier anthems, hymns and other /his/-worthy songs.
Which Prime Minister was the best /his/, choose multiples if you're an indecisive pansy
hard mode: no choosing a prime minister just because they were in power when a war was won
What country has more of a depressing history than Poland?
How can you tell when a philosopher is a charlatan?
The more they dig through overly complex ideas whle playing with word to put out their brand new and unique concept, the more they are likely to be full of shit.
example : Derrida. Différance my ass, it's just wordplay and nothing else.
>Everyone ignores Leningrad
Because it wasn't firebombed and party elites didn't have any problems with food shortages.
Also evacuation system was actually fairly well done even for USSR and Road of Life helped a lot too.
>Battle of Dien Bien Phu
What the fuck went wrong?
(or right, depending on your World View, I guess...)
the french strategy was pretty retarded, the pass was too close to the NVA supply lines and thus it only serced to concentrate not stretch their lines and manpower. Also they literally learned nothing from 5 years of Japanese tactics and russians and how manpower can make anything appear anywhere
Did the french really think the Viet Minh could not into artillery? to the point where the french thought they were totally safe on the low ground when there were multiple hills surrounding their position?
Post all things Neolithic.
I'll start with Burial Cultures from Germany and Egypt that perform the same rituals, and also have similar Beakers.
The Egyptian burial was found at Gebel Ramlah.
The German burial was found at Saxony-Anhalt.
Post them here!
few years later...
>this man has probably been dead for 90 years
Please explain to me the theory of forms. Cuz I don't get it.
Forms are basically ideals that don't exist in our reality. Plato states that our reality is but a shadow of a perfect one, in which Forms are real.
In this reality there are perfect shapes, thoughts, tastes and so on. There the ideal is reality.
We know about this reality through our intuition, because we strive towards these Forms. But at the same time we can't really know or attain Forms in our own reality, because it is imperfect.
So, do rights exist?
Which historical figures died the funniest, most unexpected or anti-climatic death?
>Stirner was killed due to an insect bite
Summoned to the Roman emperor by a Roman soldier during the capture of Sicily
Told the soldier to wait whilst he finished his geometry problem
Soldier didn't like the rudeness and killed him.
What decade then white men started liking Asian women and WHY?
I can't find this in my historical text pre-40's. Is it a modern thing?