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Sometimes a visit to a museum can produce strange impressions – my poem is about one such impression.

                                             ANOTHER  INDIA

In the museum

The lion capital surmounts… 109 more words



The prehistoric settlement of Provadia-Solnitsata could be defined as a prehistoric city that existed in the middle and the second half of the 5th millennium BC. 220 more words


The Daily Servant of Power

Today’s servant of power is:

Michio Kaku

Michio Kaku showed the type of person he is on his futurism discussion (which I watched on Youtube.)  He was discussing type 1, 2 and 3 civilizations.   118 more words

History of Us, pt 2

The Agricultural Revolution (or, as we learned last week, the Quest For More Food) didn’t necessarily bring about the birth of Civilization as a thing, but rather laid the basic groundwork for early humans to figure it out from there. 537 more words



In the late 1800s, when the infamous cigar-smoking Viennese doctor looked around at Victorian-Era Europe, he found one word to describe the particular type of insanity surrounding him—neurosis. 606 more words


Domination and Civilization

“The very progress of civilization under the performance principle has attained a level of productivity at which the social demands upon instinctual energy to be spent in alienated labor could be considerably reduced.

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