What were the consequences of both world wars to the european mind?
Working on a project on the Berlin Wall and need to use this photo. Does anyone know who the photographer is? Here's a larger version of the image with some text.
Why were Christianity and Islam so successful at expansion and mass conversion compared to other religions?
If the Aztecs had been more powerful, could they have converted Spaniards to Quetzalcoatl worship?
Seems doubtful, even though the Aztecs were very devout.
If the Romans, who were powerful, had been more devout, could they have converted their subjects?
Again, seems doubtful.
Maybe polytheism is weaker? But then again how come Judaism never managed to mass convert people as well as Christianity and Islam did?
How do we explain the success
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Was it Paranoia?
If the allies had occupied the whole of germany after WW2, and not just the Rhineland, could they have prevented Hitlers rise to power?
Probably not. Europe at the time had spent so much time, effort and money just to get Germany and its' allies to surrender that constant military occupation of the whole nation would have been impossible. If anything it might have increased Hitler's rise because the whole of Germany would have seen itself, after twenty years of peace, as being under the boot of other powers. Well, moreso than Hitler told them they were, anyway.
Nah. If you look at pic related, you can simplify it to its most basic lines, and arrive at the classic heart shape.
The origin of the heart symbol is the heart, you dipshit, most probably animal hearts, since those would have been more commonly seen.
>inb4: It don look like no heart tho
How much does Mickey Mouse look like a mouse?
What are some topics in American history that would be interesting, I want some recommendations for my Paper due in a few months. Any recommendations
It didn't end well for South America
"Briefly describe the approximate timing and sequence of major revolutions within human society."
This is a question that I have to answer for a course that I'm taking. Can anybody help me out here? Google isn't helping.
I'm kinda stumped on this too, which is why I asked here. How could I possibly list every revolution? Is it talking about revolutions like the Industrial Revolution or like the Russian Revolution?
What's the purpose of philosophy as an academic field?
It looks like mental masturbations over useless or over discussed stuff to create unexistant problems
Ancient swedish kings ruled Finland
There have been multiple finds of byzantine and arab coins in Finland. Both of which was commonly brought over by swedish varangians. This is obvious proof that Swedes even back then lived in Finland
Why haven't white people apologized to black people for slavery? Why hasn't the US paid reparations to black people yet?
What really happened?
Undersea aliums came back to take back their alium magick tech.
>there will be a day when we achieve all possible knowledge
>we gather everything from the entire universe
>we know every planet, dimension, all reality's history, etc
What now? What happens when we know everything?
What's the purpose of life after everything has been discovered?
>inb4 we'll never know everything
It's a supposition. What would happen if that were the case
>What would happen if that were the case
We become Gods, and set about creating a new universe and unknowables.
>"Companions the Creator seeks, not corpses, herds or believers. Fellow creators the Creator seeks - Those who write new values on new tablets. Companions the Creator seeks, and fellow harvesters, for everything about Him is ripe for the harvest."
-- Friedrich Nietzsche, Thus Spoke Zarathustra
What possible egotistical motive could a bee have for sacrificing itself for the betterment of the hive? Does altruism exist in the animal kingdom?