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Genius follows its own law of gravity. It migrates in ever greater numbers to where it thrives. Hence places like Silicon Valley – and attempts to replicate it elsewhere, like London’s Silicon Roundabout.
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"When a great genius appears in the world you may know him by this sign: that the dunces are all in confederacy against him"*...
Intellectual history is an intriguing field because it is by its very nature cross-disciplinary. While these books my be in arguably different fields (History of Sex, History of Religion, Legal History, History of Technology, Political History, etc.) they are all, at their core, deeply concerned with the history of ideas. 309 more words
Now that you have become acquainted with the way a historian thinks and does his job, it is time to get down to the work of learning history. 852 more words
Historian Zheng Dahua (郑大华) on how to further deepen research on modern Chinese intellectual history
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