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Were brown shirts "white trash"?

I heard they were looters and assaulted random people in the streets
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Indeed they were.
Thats why many of them were disbanded later on because they were only a hinderance to the image.
You dont brawl against commis in streetwars without the helping hands of the 20s equivalent of hooligans. They were also kinda /r9k/ weaponized, often tasked with shaming and parading racemixers around.
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>>1694023

No, Germans are not white.
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>>1694060
Im glad we are not.
Its a cancerous anglo-american concept that wittles down the legitimacy for our ethnic tribalism in favour of some bullshit pan-european/pan-whatever curious people is pale enough to pass as such universalism and thus also the connection between direct heritage and culture.

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Has studying history influenced your political views or worldview?

For me I've become increasingly apolitical. I've learned that what happens happens and that there's no right or wrong when it comes to actions and leadership.
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>no right or wrong when it comes to actions and leadership

But this is blatantly wrong. It's hard to tell from our current situation but there are political actions that help us more than others.
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>>1694085
Will it matter in the long-term though? If a civilization is in decline the best you can do is create a last spark of glory but the overall trend is downward.
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>>1694160
There is nothing wrong with decline, it's natural - you can slow it down but it's impossible to prevent.

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Was Germany WW1 the greatest army of all time?
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>>1693921

No, why would they be?
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>>1693921
>couldn't take Paris
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>>1693925
Well, let's see

>One of the biggest armies in history
>Most technologically advanced at their time
>Invented a new style of lightly camouflaged attire
>Near PERFECT organization
>Described as the scariest army ever seen by their enemies

>>1693932
It took several HUGE nations, just to best Germany

Hello /his/.

As an amateur archaeologist in west flanders, I find kilograms of shrapnel every time I go out on a search. I think it is kind of a waste to just keep them in piles so if anyone of you is interested in a small piece of history, let me know. You just need to cover the packaging fees.

Also, ask me anything about the relics of ww1 in flanders
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>>1693920

Pics?
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>>1693920
>amateur archaeologist

You best clarify that statement before you get labeled as a graverobber.
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Cool, I was in Flanders recently, visiting family. Went to a cafe where the guy had his own museum upstairs of stuff he'd discovered, looked really professional.

What does The Christ mean to you?
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dead kike on a stick
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>>1693764
A failed apocalyptic preacher that should be forgotten.
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>>1693764

The annointed.

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So /his/, you are given the option to die naturally in your sleep with no warning, or die naturally surrounded by your closest family and friends while awake. Your mind will be wiped of the decision you made, and it will not affect your lifespan.

Which do you chose?
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>>1693746
In my sleep. What is the point of this?
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>>1693746
>family and friends
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>>1693746
Can I choose to die violently instead? Taking out non-descript enemies in a massive explosion?

Was this justified?
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>>1693704
>dead religious idiots

Nothing of value was lost
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>>1693717
/thread
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I'm looking for an history book about the history of the USA from the settlement of the 13 English colonies and before to present times, if possible in French or in an English that is not too sophisticated.
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>>1693580
You know whats better than gay books?
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>>1693580
I highly HIGHLY reccomend a book called the albion's seeds: four british folkways for this subject. it divides the states moreso according to the origin of settlers from within england, which I think is a better way to really divide up the settlements unless your explicit purpose is to examine law

it's seriously one of the best books on america EVER written. it clarifies regional differences that most americans themselves talk about in reference without explicitly understanding

MUST READ
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>>1693622
>settlers from within england

My bollox to barnyard door I bet Liverpudlians are the ancestors of Virginians.

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What was the Italian SS?
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Black shirts
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the Spaghetti Squad
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Look how small the top of his head is.

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Have there ever been any serious inquiries into the claim that Abu Bakr II launched an expedition across the Atlantic? All I can find is overeager Hotep bullshit and archaeologists protesting a little too emphatically that there's absolutely no evidence. It would have been extremely weird for a civilization as wealthy and well-educated as the one that housed Timbuktu not to have tried some sort to seafaring expedition; even societies as insular as ancient Egypt and China sent boats out. It also doesn't radically change our view of history if we were to find that someone...
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>>1693554

What part of "absolutely no evidence" don't you understand?
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He was trying to find a trade route by sea up the west coast of Africa.
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>>1693554
>It would have been extremely weird for a civilization as wealthy and well-educated as the one that housed Timbuktu not to have tried some sort to seafaring expedition

Take a look at a map. Notice how no matter which way you sail from the mouth of the Niger, you have thousands of miles of jungles and niggers to get past before you reach anything remotely worth trading with.

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Why was free trade such a novel concept?

If we look at empires and kingdoms of old (China for example) trade has always been heavily restricted business. What did they have against free trade?
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Merchants start to own everything and shit
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>>1693426
The rich merchants grab everything they can and grow in wealth, challenging the monarchy, the church and monopolizing industries and making competition unfeasible for small merchants.
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>>1693426
Because free trade chokes competition, and competition is good for the economy.
Seems counterintuitive, doesn't it? Until you realize that big enough private enterprises are no weaker than actual governments, and as such just as capable to force monopolies and much more motivated and less hampered to do so.
Not to mention that free market is much like anarchy: a purely hypotetical scenario within the context of society.

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How did you find your faith, /his/?
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I was about to be shot but I was offered to become one of them instead of dying alone. Being an autistic lonely person i accepted. I fight for Allah now in Afghanistan.
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>>1693411
I didn't. I never had it and barring mental illness or massive cranial trauma, I never will.
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>>1693457
save yourself anon

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Why are educated people less likely to take risks compared to not so educated people?

Lets use a fictional example, the batman's father/mother being robbed by a gunman. The father was willing to rationalize and give the robber all the money, yet the robber was very irrational and shot/killed both the father/mother without hesitation.

In some cases, the lesser educated benefits tremendously from these risks. Why don't educated people make risks like these? Or is it the less educated don't know about the risk and simply "do it"?
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>>1693402
Education system is designed to make you a useful 'tool' for the benefit of society. Individuals who takes risks are not so useful to society because they cannot be controlled as easily as the obedient ones who don't take risks nor behave in risky manners.

Basically, educated minds are conditioned to not take the risks.
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>>1693402
I don't know if this is the right board for this but i would think it comes down to how much these risks correlates the persons perceived chances of survival or asking the question "what do i have to lose" in some intances all people have to lose is their life, this may cause them to act irattionally.
that is my take on it , I am not sure it is the right answer though to your question
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>>1693402
Because the intelligent people can make that amount of money in a few hours of work in a comfy office instead of taking on a chance of being killed or going to prison.

If you don't understand what risk is kys

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Toyotomi Hideyoshi threated Spain to invade the Philippines. But was it possible for Japan at that time to invade the Philippines and defeat Spain ?
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>>1693376
Not with those crappy ships they don't. They wont even make it to Southeast Asia alive facing the sea alone.
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>>1693376
If he could court some other European naval powers, he might be able to.

Japan was at the peak of its power during his time. With the whole country under his control, if he played his diplomacy right, other European nations would jump at the opportunity to see their rivals gone and have more influence in Japan.
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the real question is "how good was the Spanish hold on the Philippines, and how much did the natives and nearby states like having the Spanish there?"

http://www.nytimes.com/2016/09/13/well/eat/how-the-sugar-industry-shifted-blame-to-fat.html

>The sugar industry paid scientists in the 1960s to play down the link between sugar and heart disease and promote saturated fat as the culprit instead, newly released historical documents show.

>The internal sugar industry documents, recently discovered by a researcher at the University of California, San Francisco, and published Monday in JAMA Internal Medicine, suggest that five decades of research into the role of...
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Getting your nutrition science from Americans is like getting your statecraft from communists
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>>1693226

Sugar is extremely bad for you, as is fat. Learn how your body works and stop taking health advice from people trying to sell you something.
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>>1693268
Hard not to when many people are sent off into the world with a mediocre health class or two and companies make a particular effort t make their preferred views "common knowledge".

>Jews
I wonder what OP will do when he finds out they aren't the only group interested in making money at the expense of others?

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Hitler was a kapitalist schwein and a disgrace to real National Socialism. Prove me wrong.
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>>1693152
Who was the real representor of national socialism then?
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>>1693152
>real national socialism has never bean tried :-DDD
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>>1693181
Ernst Rohm and the Strassers. Duh.

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They say that the two saddest words in history are 'if only'...
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>>1693123
y-you too
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>>1693123
If only there was no & Humanities
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>>1693148
this board was great for a month
and then the humanities caught up

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>"nothing lasts forever"
then what makes love the exception?
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pls needs to nos
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>>1693106
Love isn't the exception. It's just romanticization we use to comfort us when we know that we're going to die and be forgotten by those we hold closest.
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>>1693366
makes cents

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~ All moments of consciousness: something in common
No subject without object, no object without subject
Known with knower, knower with known

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~ In thought you cut away all you could: all images, all feeling
All similar data and dissimilar data discovered in life
But could not think away consciousness

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~ And its split between perceiver and perception, self/data
An original seeming mystery: maybe unexplainably basic
And regardless whether mind exists only with physics or not
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~ Division: fundamental layer of knowledge is an opposition
“I am conscious of x” and “x” could be the world or my dreams
Or my mood or my concepts or this fact that I am conscious

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~ And “I” might be this brain, or might be caused by this brain
And this brain might instead depend on “I”
But regardless “I” is the thinker, yet “‘I’” can be thought of

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~ You think of your self, “I am conscious,” “I am aware of myself”
There is the I, then the myself: subject/object, knower/known
There is consciousness,...
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~ Then when you know your self, when “I am self-conscious”
Who or what is the knower and who or what is being known?
Your self is known, but the knower is opposed to the known.

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~ Introspect: you are conscious of hopes and doubts
And what is imagined and emoted and remembered
And all this personality of you is known by the unknown knower

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~ And all outside: all touched and all watched in whatever ways
Are done so due to that knower, that knows the objects of space
As similar and as dissimilar, as in common and as divided
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~ This division now though is between all your objects
An opposition not between subject/object, as was first
But between object x versus object y: both known by the subject

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~ This division between objects that burrow versus objects that fly
Those conceived as rising versus those conceived as flowing
Some thought to behave thusly while others behave non-thusly

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~ These: dissimilarities that yet rest on similarities, layered under
Something in common that allows for this abstract division
Burrows or flies, it lives: living or inert, it is real

>I'll tell you what you did with Atheists for about 1500 years. You outlawed them from the universities or any teaching careers, besmirched their reputations, banned or burned their books or their writings of any kind, drove them into exile, humiliated them, seized their properties, arrested them for blasphemy. You dehumanised them with beatings and exquisite torture, gouged out their eyes, slit their tongues, stretched, crushed, or broke their limbs, tore off their breasts if they were women, crushed their scrotums if they were men, imprisoned them,...
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>>1692992
Sounds more like what they'd do to heretics.
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>>1692992

Sounds like what was done to religious people throughout the ages.
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>>1692992
Is that Steve Wozniak?

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>That feel when you accept First Cause but all religions seem total bullshit
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Just be a deist, it's easy
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>>1692949
Then you're a Deist?

It's fine if some want to accept the first cause as logically consistent. But the actual existence of a Deistic god remains nothing more than a philosophical argument.
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>>1692964
>>1692967

I just can't wrap my head around why a God would create the Universe and then do nothing to interact with it.

/his/... tell me about Al-Andalus.
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>tfw you see a medieval swastika and you're still kinda freaked out by it even though it's obviously not related to the Holocaust

Could humans be considered ''low-tier'' hive mind?
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>>1692851
Maybe.
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>>1692851
high tier : sas regiment

mid tier : board members

low tier : traffic

energy can't ever be created or destroyed, only change form, thats our current understanding, no? so until that changes, yes
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>>1692872
But we still have mind of our own and act for ourselves

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I don't want to kms, but I can't find any meaning. I've lost my drive to go on.

I'm not highly educated, I previously wanted to persue a higher education on my own via books, but I've lost even that drive.

I'm socially disconnected, I think I'm losing my sanity. I thought I was retarded last week. Then I thought I had microcephaly.

What do I do /his/? How do you keep going on?
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>>1692739
Conquer Constantinople?
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>>1692739
By all means, there is no meaning at all in life. Even if there is, there is no way for you or men to know it and thus from our point of view its irrelevant.
Enjoy your newfound nihilism.
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>>1692762
What's the point of existing in a nihilistic state?

I've come to the conclusion that we are just chemicals and what not, death or the abrupt halt of these chemicals, wouldn't be so bad.

Also, where can I learn more about nihilism?

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So i'm half Maltese but do not know much about my people
all i know is that they were heavily bombed in ww2 by Nazi Germany and i think Italy
country has Muslim and christian influences
>share knowledge
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British colony up until about 1964 I believe.
Fighting took place there or around there in ww1 and Japan actually helped defend it
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>>1692679
Basically, if an Empire existed, it invaded you at some point.

Knights of Malta were extremely badass, maybe the most badass of any "Crusaders".

In the end, your name is in one of the greatest fucking movies of all time
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Think of the language as English but with semitic instead of germanic and Italian instead of French

Why did the polish lithuanian fail? Did it had a chance?
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>>1692629
it was a (prussian [teutonic] centric) history-pulse that served its ROI
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> Poland-Lithuania
> Austria-Hungary
I see a pattern here...
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The governmental system was retarded and rival powers could just bribe noblemen to call the government body (Sejm) off whenever it met.

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What is the point of keeping the Moseic Laws in Judaism? Jews have no concept of hell, only (maybe) non-existence for the worst of people, but otherwise you only have to be a moral person to be able to live again in a paradise on Earth after the Messiah comes. This applies to everyone regardless of faith or how they practiced it.
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>>1692625
Non-Jew but my general understanding is that halakha is important because it comes directly from God and by following it you respect the partnership between God and man.
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>>1692625
>Hell is the main moral motivator for a lot of ancient people's morality
This is how stupid you sound.

Why do greeks, chinks, romans have morality when everyone is going to the same afterlife?
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>>1692625
Jews don't keep the mosaic laws.

if it was the case, we should see them stoning adulterers, killing apostates, and so on.

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Why didn't the Revolutionary calendar catch on like the rest of the French Revolution ideas?
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>>1692599
Religion had tons of changes during the French Revolution but none of them lasted.
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Didn't they try to give every day its own name? I remember hearing that but I googled the calendar and don't see it mentioned, so maybe it was a myth.
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>>1692599

Laborers went from every seventh day off to every tenth day off. Also they were pissed because it conflicted with their churches.

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Agnes Gonxha Bojaxhiu, more known under her (con-)artist name "Mother Teresa". One of the most despicable persons there is, if you don't count her supporters.

A quick primer on her:

http://www.rotten.com/library/bio/religion/mother-teresa/

> But her ideals always seemed to take a back seat around her friends, the dictators. In 1975, Indira Ghandi imposed martial law in India. During the two year "state of emergency" she suspended the constitution, imposed censorship on the news media, and arrested her political...
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>>1692533
http://web.archive.org/web/20030221073943/http://www.meteorbooks.com/

>In the midst of all this I remembered the 'Calcutta' of the West - Calcutta the metaphor, not the city. In my three years in the West I had come to realise that the city had become synonymous with the worst of human suffering and degradation in the eyes of the world. I read and heard again and again that Calcutta contained an endless number of 'sewers and gutters' where an endless number of dead...
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>>1692533
>One of the most despicable persons there is
This is your image of one of the most despicable persons there is?

Stick around /his/ a while. You'll have fun.
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>>1692557
Well, if I picked the 100 most despicable widely known persons from the last 500 years, she would probably be 98-100 on that list.

But if we take the difference between what people thinks of her and what she actually did into account, then she's in the top five.

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Is math a universal concept? If we were to encounter a civilization that developed completely independent from our own, say on another planet, would they have the same mathematical systems as us or any at all?
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>>1692450
I'm pretty sure 2+2=4 everywhere.

Unless you're talking about higher math, in which case all I have to say is I dunno, maybe.
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I am sure that for less visual creatures their math would be less geometrical so who knows exactly how different it could be. Some concepts of math are pretty arbitrary.
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>>1692450
Much of math is derived from logically-derived axioms which are created by men, so much could be quite different in an alien civilization.


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