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Tell me about Suleiman! Why does he wear the turban?
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>>906837
Do you not?
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That's a big towel.
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>>906872
senin için

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What is the soul? Does it exist?
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>>905926
No
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He meant mind, but in a more general sense when he talks about the soul. Like a person's character or life.
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>>905926
Its a nice abstract concept that fills the holes in a lot of beautiful and intricate metaphysical and idealistic systems

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He is usually portrait as the worst character in the argentinian coup d'État but that is becouse this guy wasn't corrupt, argentinians tend to go hard on those people. He did terrible things but he believed in them and in his trials he estated that he didn't regret what he did, unlike Massera who was a miserable coward and a psycopath. The real worst character of this period, but he was a friend of Peron, corrupt, just like argentinians like them
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Worse than Pinochet
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>>905519
Argie here

He save us from a civil war

Fucking lefties should all be dead

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Can you recommend me some books about the relationship between Germany and Poland between the end of WW1 and the invasion in 1939 that led to WW2?
I would like to understand more about what led Hitler to invade Poland.

Also:
What I heard about was that Germans(Volksdeutsche) have been persecuted in Poland, have been treated really bad in general and lots of them, mainly POWs of WW1, have been put into Polish labour camps.
Is there any reliable sources for this? If I remember correctly I think I heard that German historian Gerd Schultze-Rhonhof (pretty reliable...
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Try Der Grosse Wendig OP, it has sources galore (like seriously it's literally shitting sources all over you on every single page, it's an amazing work of literature really) and teaches you most of the important basic stuff you need to know
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Schultze-Rhonhoff is a problematic source. Even the FAZ dubs him a revisionist.
The Bromberger Blutsonntag only occured after the Invasion of Poland started.
I have no idea how credible this i
http://www.zvab.com/Dokumente-polnischer-Grausamkeit-Auftrag-Ausw%C3%A4rtigen-Amtes/15682738436/buch
It's most certainly not a neutral source but it should cover at least parts of your question.
Als Übersicht für Suchbegriffe: http://www.vorkriegsgeschichte.de/content/view/28/44/
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>>904879
he Germans wanted back the German territory which had been taken away from Germany and given to Poland at the end of the First World War. But when the Germans, under Hitler, began taking back that territory, in September 1939, Britain and France declared war on Germany, ostensibly to protect the freedom of Poland. The Germans had done nothing against Britain and France and wanted very much to remain at peace with those countries, but the politicians of Britain and France had other considerations.

he fact that...
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>Ancient Egypt ended when the Romans conquered it

Why do people think this? Ptolemaic Egypt was a Greek Kingdom ruled by Greeks, Ancient Egypt as we know it had been long gone for centuries by that point.
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>>904665
Because people are uneducated?

Though really I think it's because after the Romans the Egyptians would never be ruled by another Pharaoh, and the old Egyptian bureaucracy was slowly eroded away until it had been replaced by a Roman one, and these were basically the last vestiges of the old Egyptian system we all know so well.
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>Ptolemaic Egypt was a Greek Kingdom ruled by Greeks

The Greeks conquered Egypt and became it's ruling class but the culture of Egypt conquered the hearts of the Greeks. Ptolemaic kings of Egypt only lived like Greeks for a few generations before succumbing to the Egyptian style of living and ruling iirc.
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>>904665

The Ptolemies dressed like Egyptians, committed incest like Egyptians, worshiped Egyptian gods, and walked like Egyptians.

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Who are some thinkers that during a time of imprisonment formulated thoughts and theories that you personally enjoy?

The longer the sit, the bigger your earned expert cred!

[pic related is more of a looney than a philosopher but the Unabomber already has a thread in his image, so yeah..]
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Adolf Hitler and Mein Kampf during and right after his stay in Landsberg prison.
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>>904226
I correctly predicted that this would be the first answer.
Jolly me!
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Ok, anons, I believe in the Creator, but how do I know if he's a person or a lifeless being? Life, intelligence and personality exists in the Universe, ok, but I don't think the fact that life exists and Humans have intelligence and personality
necessarily implies that the Creator has these same qualities too, even remotely.

God is the name people give to the infinite and mysterious authority that reigns over reality, and I can accept that.
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>>909827
You might enjoy "Mere Christianity" by C.S. Lewis; it basically takes you to where you are now, and then goes towards Jesus.
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>>909831
Thanks, anon, I was expecting a recommendation like this.
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>>909827
>~the creator~

what

there was a big bang probably because of francium, everything came into fruition from that.

god is literally just an explanation of the unknown from many many years ago when people were a lot more primitive. god doesn't not exist, it is a figment of imagination, there's zero chance of any star-man being in charge of the universe.

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Chile killed a bunch of commies and their economy improved

Argentina killed even more commies and their economy collapsed

What went wrong?
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Maybe because economics doesn't work like voodoo magic where killing communists gives your economy good luck.
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Maybe killing Communists is not actually correlated one way or the other with economic growth.
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>>909507
No helicopter rides to boost economy.

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Who here has studied analytic philosophy extensively? Please share your most interesting insights. Genuinely curious. Thanks.
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Why not ask /sci/ ?

The line between analytic philosophy and science is literally non-existent.
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>>909106
>asking STEMlords for philosophical insight

ayy
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>>909102
I have. I am generally not a fan of analytic philosophy, but one research program that I think has borne fruit is metaethics. I believe the greatest insights in this field have come from non-cognitivists. Non-cognitivists argue, basically, that moral discourse is not a truth-seeking discourse. This is a great insight because it moves us past the useless question of, "what moral system is correct?" to the real moral question: "what shall we do?"

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What does /his/ think about Jack The Ripper?
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/r9k/ if they actually did anything.
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>>908640

A psychopath who seems to have been over romanticised into a cartoon character.
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>>908640
I always had the theory that it was some university, I mean in during the time of industrial grow, technological advances and medicine boom they needed to study the most basic function, reproduction.

Therefore take some whores none will miss and used them for samples

I feel that this board requires a few caveats to be taken seriously, or- so to speak- for anons to come stripped bare to expose any daggers they may have hidden underneath.
>Caveat 1
Yes there will be a concurrent thread on /pol/. I wanted to diversify my answers. That shouldn't invalidate this line of questioning.
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Yes, I'm aware arguments can be made that the Christians were not blameless during the various crusades, that Muslim rule may not have been as oppressive as some claim, that the actions of some caliphs and pirates may be divorced from Islam, that the slave trade numbers vary- some from dubious sources, etc. I'm purposely speaking from generalities, as would a European viewing the Islamic world, and its history in relation to one's own, in totality.
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INB4 "Anti-egalitarian thought,anti-democratic thought and/or 'traditionalist' thought doesn't deserve out respect to be addressed".

Even if one disagrees with the philosophy, it certainly can be worth learning how it operates from within, and how it developed.

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INB4 "Fuck off Fascist!" I may not hold any of the aforementioned views, and if I did, it would be irrelevant.

>5
Yes, I'm aware I'm lumping different people together, however they do have a commonality

>TLDR
Why did the Right once have a fascination with Islam?

>TL
Thomas Carlyle, Friedrich Nietzsche, Julius Evola, Adolf Hitler. Men of different times, roles, and beliefs. However, they all are cited by the same schools of political thought. They are all skeptical of Democracy and egalitarianism. They all had an a greater interest in other religions than their Christian surroundings did. They were all men of Europe. Why then did they speak fondly of Islam, Muhammad, and Islamic states?

Did they do so to be polemic? To show the contemporary worlds that even if Islam by itself may be unsuitable for their people, they had more respect for it than modernity?
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Because they knew next to nothing about Islam itself and used it as a blank canvas to paint their romanticized notions of "tradition" onto. It wasn't that Nietzsche actually loved Islam, rather, the orientalism affecting Europe at the time allowed him to paint his ideals onto it. And it's not like anyone could argue against it, no one knew dick about Islam at the time.
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>>908603
But they read the Qu'ran.

They knew about the Islamic conquests that led to its spread.

They knew about the conquests and blockages that led to (some of) the crusades.

Even if they just had a respect for exotic religions and mysticism, they knew about the conquest of Persia and driving out of Zoroastrianism.

They knew about expansion into Alexandria, Antioch, the Levant, Spain, Italy, Constantinople, Byzantine lands, and Central Europe.

They knew about the Barbary pirates,...
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>>908590

Did they have fundamental aesthetic and/or philosophical agreements with it? With its orderly ways?

There were notes of praise for Islam, Muhammad, and the conduct of the Islamic Empires. However, didn't they have a greater affinity for Europe and Europeans; were the following not on their minds (why redact them, while focusing on the positives):

>The violence,...
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Alright /his/, I'm drunk, so for the occasion I've decided to start a /hisalcohol/ thread!

What are some interesting facts about alcohol throughout history? What are the amusing anecdotes of people getting drunk and influencing events that shaped the world? How have different cultures looked at the Demon Drink and how it affects society?

Lay it on us, /his/torians!
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>>908528
Alexander ordered Persepolis to be destroyed after going on a bender. He regretted it later.
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>>908528
Early 'muricans drank something like 6 glasses over the course of a day before the temperance movement.
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I know that when America was being settled it was very popular to plant apple trees on the plots of land where people settled. Not because they liked to eat apples but because they made apple cider. Apparently the apples were too sour and not sweet enough for eating, but for making cider they were just fine. So the first american settlers drank a ton of cider.

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What does /his/ think of John Rawls?
My textbook states that Rawls is often said to be the most important political philosopher of the 20th century.
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I like messing the idea of a sci-fi short story that takes place in a world that he controls.
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>>908480
>What does /his/ think of John Rawls?
He clings to his fantasy of the veil of ignorance, which is another attempt to talk about the common goods, in order to save the Human rights. Another speculator dwelling in his thought experiment, legitimized since the modern era...
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>>908501
I find the idea that we don't own our talents and that they should only be used for the upliftment of those who are least well off absolutely insane. How was this guy taken seriously?

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"Velociraptors where the largest raptors to ever walk the earth"
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>deinonychus
you're a big raptor
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>>908183
Where?
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>>908183
Well, they were. Show me a larger raptor than the Velociraptor.

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"Villains" who literally did nothing wrong
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Inb4 Hitler
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non existent
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If he were an Anglo, he would be worshiped as a deity t.bh

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