can we agree that the white race has profitted over the looting, genociding and conquering of other races?
can we agree that whites are evil and the white race should be destroyed?
can you tell me anything about this symbol?
Post ancient ayylmaos tier interesting /his/ related stuff.
they used the exact same system to list all the kings, the numbers after second dynasty of uruk are pretty "normal"
>Early dates are approximate, and are based on available archaeological data...
Archaeological data which is erroneously dated, and put within the context of an inaccurate historical chronology.
So I learned today that noblemen in 17th-18th century France, were not allowed to conduct or own businesses. Of course, they used to proxies to get round this but this seems so stupid, why was this? Was it to limit the potential power/wealth they could accrue? It seems to lead, inevitably, to the clash between nobles and bourgeoisie that happened in the Revolution.
The French kings basically kept the French nobility in a state of luxury on purpose. They made up the whole ballroom culture just to keep an eye on the nobility and to keep them pacified. What came out of this culture was a bunch of faggy men so rich and indulgent all of France looked at them with disgust. But by keeping the nobility useless the French monarchys power was absolute.
This was actually common among nobles going back to roman times. Engaging in merchant work was seen as crass, even immoral. You got wealth from serving the state or owning land, not buying and reselling things.
>open a thread to discuss Buddhism from an academic perspective
>thread is derailed by defensive Christcucks shouting "heretic!" and other nonsensical claims while attempting to proselytize and telling us to repent for subscribing to the Buddhist 'satanism' despite the thread having been academic in nature
Christcucks really are ruining this board.
Pretty sure it's all bait, or at least the very majority.
Neither is religious shilling or proselytizing.
How did he do it?
What were medieval politics like?
> Native American
> dies from European viruses with no hopes
> Native European
> just okay with native bacterias and illness
Explain this meme to me, why it wasn't two way road, like in Africa where epidemy would kill you even if you white.
The New world had a relatively low population and very low population density. Infectious diseases occurred, of course, but they very rarely spread to large communities which would develop immunity.
Over in the Old World, however, you had a lot more communication between population groups, and a lot more urbanization. Consequently, you had a lot more disease in general, which led to greater immunity.
European diseases were much nastier because Europeans were much less sanitary and had more domesticated animals. European settlements were literally covered in feces. That didn't happen in the Americas.
ITT popular heroes that were actually degenerates.
/his/ are you familiar with that feeling when you are asked to change your opinion but you cant because your family or friends are there?
For example, if you are alone and someone tells you of something that is contrary to how you see things you are open to his suggestion.
But, if you are with your family and friends, two problems arise.
1)You are not sure if your parents or friends are willing to accept this suggestion so you go back to the default position which you know your family/friends support.
2)you feel sort of uncomfortable pressuring them to do so just because you did.
For example, why can it be embarrassing watching sex on tv with your parents at certain ages?
Because the sex scene is like a suggestion that forces both the parents and child to accept a new state. Both the child and the parents dont know how the other side feels about this except of course in this particular situation, unlike a direct question which you need to answer, it by default forces an answer on you if you refrain from answering.
Are there terms that describe such situations or these in-group dynamics?
It seems to be these two issues are at the heart of dealing with groups of people and the reason why people as individuals are often reasonable but in groups "turn into morons".
If we talk about more relevant issues, like immigrants.
How do you deal with problems of groups of people who come from a more violent society? or a less educated society not aware or ready for western social nuances?
How to address groups in a way that would make each in the group feel assured everyone else in group have been persuaded and thus be receptive to the new information himself..
Otherwise an individual can be taught and explained to but when he is back in a different group he cant but participate in the group dynamic of said group.
Essentially, how to talk and persuade groups. How to penetrate their in group dynamic and change it...
Perhaps doing it anonymously is the best way? Like, having everyone be in a video/chat kinda thing where people can honest about what they think as oppose to face to face where there is pressure on them from their groups.
Tinder sort of glides near this issue.
What it does is match people only when both already agreed to being matched.
This is as oppose to real life where one risks embarrassment and rejection as he or she approach the other.
The system acts as a mediator that anonymously finds out what two people think of a question and only when both agree does it match them up.
Another type of group can be an already existing couple.
Lets say they both want to have an open marriage or a threesome but each is unsure if the other will agree.
Each of them...
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What makes a man turn into a sociopath?
>pic extremely related.
Poor socialisation and, in my opinion, a disillusionment with society. A problem I have with the term 'sociopath', however, is that I've seen so many different definitions. I've always thought that a sociopath was someone that CAN feel empathy but can 'turn it off' so to speak, and a psychopath is someone who generally feels no empathy. Am I right in these definitions?
Why is the demiurge represented as a Sunflower in this pic ?
is a lion you tit, Ialdabaoth is a lion with reptile body
>"I have to pick up some curtain rods."
Only in the sense that neither one actually killed anybody
So tell me, /his/, what happened to ancient humans such as Homo Erectus; what is your take on what caused ancient humans to die out?
Of course, Homo Sapiens Sapiens became better suited to survival than others, but just as there are varying species of ape, why could multiple types of human be incompatible?
Learn your basic biology--two species occupying the same niche won't coexist for long. Ancient hominids either bred into the human population or died out due to competition--simple as that. The niche of humans just became too broad for other hominids to exist alongside them.
>just as there are varying species of ape,
Humans are one of those species. Other ape species just occupy different niches.