Is Collectivism bad?
Does this faggot have even a solid understanding of history and philosophy, or is he just a well spoken pseudo intelleuct who gets view cause "muh evil sjws"?
Did hitler really escape to argentina?
Forgive me for regurgitaing an age-old argument. Buuut..
How do you know your religion is correct? Do you believe your own particular brand of Protestantism, Orthodoxy, Catholocism, Islam or whatever is the one true way? And that all other people are doomed to hell? Or if you're Christian, do you extend your understanding of other christians acceptance into heaven by God? If so, why believe in your form of the religion over any other?
Keep the shitposting to a minimum please.
>How do you know your religion is correct?
Consistent teachings for 2,000 years. Doesn't really prove it's correct, but makes it unique among all world religions along with the oldest schools of Buddhism.
>Do you believe your own particular brand of Protestantism, Orthodoxy, Catholocism, Islam or whatever is the one true way?
>And that all other people are doomed to hell?
I don't know who is going to hell and who isn't in particular, but...
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I have a serious autism for uniforms. Let's have a thread for uniforms, particularly those less known/obscure.
What are some points in history where we came close to a clear battle between good and pure evil?
The Punic wars, the siege of Vienna and WWII as a whole instantly come up to mind.
>The Punic wars
Yeah... too bad evil won that time
Also that statue in your image is a modern fake, no such statue was ever worshiped among Phoenicians or in the areas they influenced
Why Russians pussied out from the great war?
Is this the right place to talk about religion or should I go back to /pol/?
Yeah, religion falls under humanities. I would appreciate it if you could actually discuss religion and not post shitty threads with loaded questions like 'Why are atheists such faggots?', 'Why is paganism so much better than Christianity?', 'Why are muslims so evil?' and so on.
No worries, just had a few questions and the guys on /pol/ are too busy with other shit right now.
I recently read something about how the Israeli Jews worshiped 2 other gods besides Yahweh, one of them being Moloch. Correct me if I'm wrong, but wasn't Moloch a Canaanite god who was considered an idol and shouldn't be worshiped by the Hebrews?
The bible says Solomon adopted the gods of his (many wives) and when the kingdom split into northern and southern kingdoms of Israel and Judea, the northern kingdom (Israel) was much more polytheistic and closer to its Canaanite roots than Judea. The Yahwist priests of Judea were the ones who wrote the bible so we'll never know the whole truth about child sacrifices, etc., safe through their distorted angle.
>archeologists find something unusual
>i-it was ceremonial!
>can't precise what kind of fucking ceremony would involve said object
historians are a meme half of the shit they spew is based on speculations or the ''there was one instance like this therefore it applies to entire culture!''
Hmmm, it really brings you to ponder
>You could never convince a monkey to give you a banana by promising him limitless bananas after death in monkey heaven.
Should I read this book?
>condensing an extremely complex social structure like religion to a one-way transaction
I see that image showing a line of human skeletons with a variety of races captioned underneath. Moral of the story "all races are exactly the same underneath". Wrong.
Some groups like the African bushmen and other nomadic societies would have lived separated from the industrial and commercialised world we live in today. Their living environment is much different to ours and would, over time, cause them to evolve minutely.
In terms of human evolution, we've seen many hominin species diverge to form two separate species. One would continue living,...
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Humanity is like 4000-10000 years old, and you need more than 100 times that magnitude of time for any realistic difference.
Just admit you feel more comfortable with a pillowcase over your head.
>Humanity is like 4000-10000 years old, and you need more than 100 times that magnitude of time for any realistic difference.
btw Homo sapiens have been around for 200k years
breeding populations in Africa and Eurasia have been separated up to 100k years
Teach me about him /his/. I want to know more without having to look myself.
Protip: you don't need religion to believe in God.
How exactly did high-profile crimes get handled before the FBI was established? If a local police force had a issue which they didn't have the manpower to deal with, who exactly would they call?
Why didn't European countries colonize the whole African continent before conquering others? The distance between the two continents is closer than the Americas.
Are you going to vote for a historical figure? I did.
Hoxha actually sounds like a better choice than the two leading candidates. He won't start a war, will improve our national defense, increase employment by building bunkers, and mercilessly mock China for revisionism.
>I hate all identity politics that arn't my particular brand of identity politics
Do you ever feel that maybe most people would be happier if every day was a struggle for survival?
Yes, because the jews were so happy in Auschwitz.
This board just keeps delving into new levels of the human psyche I wasn't sure was possible.
in your opinion?
is this a good interpertation of Spenglers theory?
Lets start out
America is a federal republic with a predesigned system of government.
Rome was a aristocratic republic with a ad hoc form of government. Most notably here there was no divide between the military and civilian government
JFK was killed by a communist extremest, not the aristocracy.
The populari/optimates were factions not parties.
Rome was always intended as on oligarchy, the senate was meant to be exactly this. Any democratic elements were concessions, not features.
The lack of free landowners was as much attributable to a population boom as patrician exploitation.
These are just some of the more obvious problems I saw. suffice to say the video is pretty inaccurate
>Great Man theory
Why was the gold standard replaced?
ITT: Historical Robots
Did we kill Socrates?
Rome killed socrates like it does to anyother barbarian civilization and then it educates it
The notion that archers had to be trained for a long time is pure bullshit why modern archery clubs can turn a complete noob into a competent archer within days but in the middle ages it supposedly took years?
Would it be child abuse to name my son Vercingetorix?
Was ancient Europe that different from the Middle East?
I feel like Europe is only different today because of industrialization and breakaway from traditional values
European women even covered their hair in modesty.
'europe' is a lot of different people
women all over the world used to cover their heads 'in modesty' or bind it in a certain way, or even shave it or cut it uniformly in many tribal cultures