Was monotheism a mistake?
I'm surprised you don't have this image, apparently.
What's the first thing you're gonna do when you get into Heaven?
can we have a thread about this magnificent war god?
What was his end goal?
What is fundamental?
How does India's caste system work? How/why did it develop?
The native Indo-European caste system was maintained by the Aryan invaders until they met the Dravidian peoples at which point simple hereditary divisions of labor became something much more tangible ("What difference is there between high and low caste? Well for starters the low castes are all a different color").
>Regular person "x happened and y occurred afterwards. Therefore x caused y."
>scientist "CORRELATION DOESNT EQUAL CAUSATION."
>Regular person "so when I throw this ball at the wall and it bounces off I can't assume that the wall is what stopped it from going through."
>scientist "THATS NOT THE SAME THING!"
Why are STEMfags so delusional and dishonest?
Correlation =/ is the meme of abject losers in a conversation. Its like when dubya was said the absence of proof doesn't equate to it's absence about his imaginary nukes
Reminds me of the Aristophanes
When people stopped wearing armour because firearms became popular, did others metagame it by using bows/crossbows? It seems to me they would be more effective, cause it doesn't take as long to reload as early firearms.
Favorite pope and why
Who was the most effective defender of Ireland?
By "defender of ireland", I mean, who in history did the best job of fucking up invaders/occupying forces not native to Ireland?
I always hear about how the Irish got their shit pushed in constantly, but I'm sure they had some competent commanders/fighters somewhere, maybe in Ulster?
Who's your favorite southern general /his/? mine is a tie between Jackson and Beauregard.
Also, posting Sherman to try to ruse me won't work.
>Is called "Napoleon of Iran"
>Lived 100 years ago before Napoleon
That's because it was called Napoleon of Persia by an historian, not iranians themselves. And there's nothing wrong with it because said historian was writing for westeners and so the comparison was useful.
That we coined way later. To be fair, he does look like Napoleon, except with the brains, without the legacy and without any fucking thing in common. He was just another nomad savage in Asia.
what do you seriously think about david benatars asymmetry argument for antinatalism ?
>avoiding a painful life is good
>not experiencing joyful life is not bad but neutral because you dont rob the joy from anyone and they dont regret missing out on it while nonexisting
therefore we must always favor antinatalism
Islamic golden age. Was it a myth?
Hello friends, recently in a town southeast of Mexico I came across this text at the entrance of a church, I asked the locals what its meaning, but they did not know the answer.
So i post here to see if someone can help me translate it, just for curiosity