/his/ enlighten me about dualism
Simple, The picture says all of the worlds concepts consist of two contrasting qualities, like good and evil. That they both are separate identities. This doesn't work as you cant have evil by its self. Evil is the corruption of good.
>Richmond must not fall.
Does the concept of honor exist in this day and age? Is it possible to have honor, or to be honorable? Just what exactly is honor? What does it mean to have honor, is it like pride?
Yes, it exist at least on personal level of self-imposed restrictions. Society can't really push everyone to acting honorable because there is no agreement what is truly honorable way to act.
Honor means reliable, consistent and earnest ethics. The word isn't in use much due to it being tied with medieval norms or rather classical views. But there are people that can be considered honourable and such in these days and age.
What are some of the most notable and successful partisan or resistance movements in history?
There seems to have been a lot of cells resisting Nazi occupation during WWII; which ones were the most notable or successful?
What about in other wars and time periods? Do we know of successful or effective partisan-type groups from before the modern age, for instance?
The actual bolshevist jews had ballin style iirc. Theres that one that was getting executed, he almost looked like a musketeer. The nazis made the waffen ss to try and step up their style.
Honestly if the wehrmacht had yellow/black capes representing the German eagle they would be eldar god tier in terms of style.
Why do people fixate on the Wehrmacht's failures at Stalingrad and Moscow when they failed even harder at Leningrad? They tried for *3* years and couldn't take it.
The Germans made a conscious decision NOT to commit forces to take the city, but rather to starve it out. It's a completely different situation.
The siege itself is one of the great tragedies in human history. While Stalingrad is symbolic as the turning point of the war, Leningrad is symbolic as the resilience of the Russian people.
They starved the fuck out of the city. They never wanted to take it and the offensive that was planned to do so was halted because the soviets launched their offensive first (which failed)
>The Germans made a conscious decision NOT to commit forces to take the city, but rather to starve it out. It's a completely different situation.
Guess why they made that decision? Hint, it has a lot to do with fucking not being able to.
christians, what happens here?
lots of sex and beer?
infinite amounts of fun?
where anime becomes real?
i want to know what kinds of cool stuff souls or whatever do in their infinite time in heaven
There's lots of singing.
It becomes boring after a while and then you'll start to have a severe existential crisis in your 10,000th year in heaven, and then you'll start wanting to end your existence and truly rest in peace.
Why do people do this?
Is space colonization possible this century?
Why didn't India abandoned its polytheism ways? Everyone else choose less retarded religious way centered about one being, be it Buddhism, Jewish Monotheism, Islamism or Jesusism.
I just realized that both India and Western Europe suffered invasions from the Huns which devastated both areas and contributed to the fall of the regional empires (Gupta & Western Roman Empire). One trend I noticed was that Indian economy went into a severe decline after the Hunnic invasions and that the economic decline lasted until independence. So my question was, why Europe recovered from the Hunnic invasions whereas India went into a economic decline.
Reduced contact with world, Muslims, then Brits.
First point, the buddhist centers served as meeting points between civilizations across. They included trade of material goods and wealth of knowledge and culture. Once that declined they were cut off. Second roman empire trade was cut off after the fall of the empire. The Byzantines are not roman. Two major source dried and you're left stranded.
Second, Muslims taxed Hindus and became wealthy. The wealth wasn't distributed properly back into the society. Thus adding to the stagnation.
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Is the is/ought problem solvable? I want morality to be real bros....
Let's talk about Hitler.
We all know while great as he was a political leader, subjective, and his faults as a military leader which ultimately led to the downfall of the Third Reich.
What I want to know is exactly where he went from being a great leader of the new German Empire, to the almost moronic arm-chair strategist that we've all come to love
Memes aside, I only know about his common faults such as inability to listen to generals, and the pants on head clusterfuck of Operation Barbarossa, due to poor logistics and thinking that staying around...
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Damn those numerals, so close
>bouts of outright insanity and delusion.
Numero fucking uno was consorting with Theodor Morell at all, let alone the YEARS he closely confided with him for medical advice. That singlehandedly is enough to destabilize even a brilliant strategist. Morell gave Adolf strychnine tablets and meth (among ...other things), and it got to the point where cabinet members at the time were actually so baffled by the willful destruction of the fuhrer's health that they honestly wondered if he was a Bolshevik assassin in deep cover!
What is the purpose of studying any philosophy or ideology?
What does it serve me, when i basically experience the world throught a unique perception based on environment timing heredity etc, which in turn would make my choice of values and understanding?
Dear /his/, /out/ here. Do you guys know what the average infantry man carryed in terms of clothing, equipment and food?
Why can't people on this board discuss islam and people related to it in a logical way ?
Is it really that hard to not apply modern feelings and hypocrisy while discussing history ?