Examining similar historical issues can help you face challenges and hopes that confront the world today.
"Events typically happen rapidly, but the forces behind them change over the course of many decades and centuries." Very well said. The same ideas and concepts continue to influence the world’s civilizations today. This is crucial in the realm of political, economic and other complex systems.
Since the time that ancient Muslims left the Mecca region in Saudi Arabia, they’ve maintained an actual state of war along with many other tribes. Re 6: Interesting that you mentioned that particular example of the evolution. Today, Muslims fight against groups to protect their religion across the globe. We discussed this same topic on the podcast a couple of months ago. Historical Awareness. "but in most cases, the end result is always inevitable" Could you give an example of this? I mean, in evolution.
To be a part of and be a part of the world, you need to be aware of the global roots of the modern worldview. In addition to the well-known illustration of how the gene(s) that regulates neuronal growth in the neocortex was spread across our ancestors. This includes understanding of the social and political organizations as well as geographic relationships. "fluctuations caused by would-have-been-great men are weak and transient." -In evolution, yes. The study of history helps you understand the causes of hostilities and conflicts that led to, and often still ignite current conflicts.
In the course of human happenings? I do not agree. The study of history of the Roman Empire shows how a civilization can rise up to the top and then fall.
7) Re imperfections: Yes, it’s equally significant. The decline is caused by the political and social aspects, as well as external influences. 8.) About propaganda "If your mind is to ignore the rubbish that’s taught in schools, the revisionist rubbish from Neoliberals, as well as the other evident propaganda" I wouldn’t. The patterns of a civilization’s growth and decline is attributed to other world cultures. Because this is where the majority of people get stuck.
History Repeats. But I understand your argument and it’s a good one. If you don’t study the past of world civilizations, and how they shaped the way events occurred in the past, you risk making the same mistakes again.
9) Great examples. Examining similar historical issues can help you face challenges and hopes that confront the world today. 10.) "there is always more people with the potential for greatness than there are opportunities to be great." It’s true. The knowledge you gather from the past can help you find solutions to the current challenges facing humanity.
In the case of Augustus I do not believe this. (Given Caesar’s assassination.) Mark Anthony was a real expert in power games. For instance despite the loss of America in the Vietnam War, the U.S. attempts to control the actions of the Middle East today, using methods similar to those that were unsuccessful in the 1960s and 1970s. And even if he’d been defeated by another it is extremely unlikely that they would have done the same thing as Augustus did. Past Lessons.
Rome was in deep trouble, in deep trouble. Cynthia Smith, history professor at the University of Hawaii, suggests that through studying the history of comparisons and historical studies and comparing, you learn the things that worked, the things that didn’t work and why. If you’ve been reading regarding evolution in the past, you might have heard of the concept of "punctuated equilibrium". The study of the history of the world’s civilizations helps you aware of a past era’s important and often unpleasant lessons. It’s the concept that changes happen very slow most of the time However, big changes can occur in a flash. The result is a greater knowledge that leads to positive results. Contrary to Darwin’s original theories It doesn’t require the time of an important change to occur – but timing alone isn’t enough.
A good example of comparative history includes the murder of John F. It requires an appropriate stimulus at the right time and in particular, the appropriate stimulus in the midst of severe stress (environmental change, as in instances of the evolution). Kennedy and Abraham Lincoln, two tragic events separated by almost 100 years. Some species who are fortunate that they have correct mutations lurking within their genes undergo rapid changes in gene frequencies that is accompanied by massive phenotypic change to adjust to the changes. essay Every former congressman was a champion of the rights of civil society and was loved by many, but was resented by those who opposed their political beliefs.
Other species die out. In a way, Pearl Harbor and 9/11 attacks united the nation as a patriotic one. When the environmental conditions are stable, the species get refined, however their basic nature remains unchanged.
Although the individual impact of the U.S. territorial attacks may differ, both shocking tragedies remain significant events within American history.