The history of contemporary philosophy
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 (A. von Menzel, The iron rolling mill (1875). The Industrial Revolution brings about a change in living conditions, which reflects on philosophical, economic and political thought.) The philosophy of the nineteenth century is divided into different directions. It includes Romantic … Read More

History of medieval philosophy
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(Dialectic and rhetoric are among the seven liberal arts (illustration of Hortus Deliciarum, v. 1180).) The medieval philosophy of the West and the Middle East derive from the same current. It is the Muslim and Christian thinkers, then between Muslims … Read More

Facebook’s latest two years short history
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(Facebook headquarters in 2014) On January 14, 2014, Facebook bought Branch Media, a specialist in content management and content sharing, for $15 million. On February 24, 2014, a Facebook spokesperson announced to AFP the removal of his e-mail system: @facebook.com. … Read More

Philosophy and history of Western philosophy
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(Representation of Wisdom (1635): “Sapiens Dominabitur Astris”. Free text translation: “Who acquires wisdom will master the stars.”) If philosophy has a long history, it is necessary to distinguish the practice of philosophy from the simple study of past doctrines. Sometimes … Read More

History of the Christmas tree
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(Rock carvings in the Swedish province of Bohuslän, made between 1800 and 500 BC and showing a spruce) If it is clear that the custom of the modern Christmas tree dates back to the Renaissance in the Germanic countries (attestation … Read More

Short history of London
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London in Roman times The regions around London (now within the boundaries of Greater London) seem to have been inhabited by Britons islanders since prehistoric times, but no archaeological evidence has been unearthed in north of London bridge, where the … Read More

History of philosophy
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(Famous representation of the different schools of antiquity: it is recognized, in center, Plato pointing the finger of heaven (referring to his theory of Ideas) and Aristotle showing opposed the land (referring to his desire to anchor knowledge in the … Read More

Advent history
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(Representation of Saint Perpetuus) The celebration of Advent begins in the fifth century, when the Bishop Perpetuus, in an order, decides that starting with the feast of St. Martin, November 11 until Christmas, one fasts three times per week: this … Read More

History
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(History by Frederick Dielman (1896)) History is the science that studies the past of human society. The object of history is not limited to political events, such as for example battles or deeds of kings and emperors. It includes economic, … Read More

History of Easter eggs
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The red eggs (Easter eggs from Belarus, https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Belarusian_Easter_Eggs.jpg) The custom of the Easter egg was found among Coptic Christians from the late fifth century, it is perhaps in memory of ardent eggs (ova ignita) with which the martyrs were tortured … Read More

Easter date history
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Easter is celebrated as the first feast in the Christian liturgical calendars; it is attested from the second century. It commemorates the Last Supper, the Passion and Resurrection of Christ, events of which the synoptic gospels locate the course during … Read More

Short History of Romanians
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During the first millennium, the Romanian territory was invaded by migratory peoples: Goths in 3rd  and 4th centuries, Huns in 4th century, Gepids in the fifth century, the Avars in the sixth century, the Slavs in the seventh century, the … Read More

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