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2023-12-01 02:10
Lithograph representing a witch on trial in Salem by Joseph E. Baker, c. 1892, via Library of Congress, Washington DC  Beginning in early 1692, women and men were accused of practicing… Read More
2023-11-30 21:21
Fentanyl, a potent synthetic opioid, has emerged as a crucial medication in the field of anesthesia and pain management. Initially developed in the 1960s, it quickly gained recognition as a… Read More
2023-11-30 18:02
Ancient Roman underwear, via; with Underwear for women and men, via Sanneberg / Shutterstock  From the mysterious depths of prehistory to the present… Read More
2023-11-30 15:58
  Nobody will ever know how Socrates would feel about his significance as a historical figure and philosophical innovator. In his life he was one of one, and neither he nor the people… Read More
2023-11-29 11:28
  He was a Chinese revolutionary, political leader, and founding father of the People’s Republic of China. He played a central role in the Chinese Communist Party and led the cou… Read More
2023-11-28 22:12
  How did ancient Mesopotamians imagine the creation of the world? Or the creation of mankind? Since the decipherment of cuneiform writing roughly 150 years ago, a vast number of clay… Read More
2023-11-28 18:12
  The Book of Enoch tells the story of two hundred Watchers, or angels, sent to watch over humanity. These Watchers conspired to commit sins by taking human women as wives and having c… Read More
2023-11-28 01:51
Image source: IStock  English has been shaped and enriched by a variety of different languages and cultures over time. Greek is one of the most significant contributors to the English… Read More
2023-11-27 21:44
  The Arthurian legends are set in the Post-Roman Era, appropriately known as the Dark Ages due to the poor documentation of the period. Of all the people and events mentioned in the l… Read More
2023-11-27 11:31
  Akhenaten (r. 1354 – 1336 BCE) — the so-called heretic Pharaoh of Egypt — embarked on a radical religious reformation that abandoned Egypt’s traditional polyt… Read More
2023-11-27 02:16
  Can cooking and eating dinner be art? How about sliding down a helter-skelter in the middle of a museum? Or building and managing a store, painting a river, talking to strangers, pro… Read More
2023-11-26 22:09
Tutankhamun’s funerary mask. Source: Istock  Tutankhamun is one of the most famous people in history, but behind the shimmering golden mask and piles of ancient treasures is a su… Read More
2023-11-26 18:07
  As a warrior class, the samurai were well equipped with a wide range of arms and armor that had evolved and developed over time, and that were used in different situations. These wea… Read More
2023-11-26 16:06
  Saint Ignatius of Antioch was a prominent Christian leader following the time of the Apostles, the men directly commissioned by Jesus Christ to spread Christianity.  Ignatius is… Read More
2023-11-25 21:39
  In his book, The Great Partnership: Science, Religion, and the Search for Meaning, Jonathan Sacks writes against thinkers of the new atheism (like Sam Harris, Richard Dawkins, or Dan… Read More
2023-11-25 11:49
Lithograph of the 18th (Royal Irish) Regiment capturing the fort of Amoy in the First Opium War by J H Lynch, 1841, via National Army Museum, London  The First Opium War was a conflict… Read More
2023-11-25 01:42
  At the Constitutional Convention of 1787, the House of Representatives was a new innovation: representation for states based on state population. Previously, Congress had simply allo… Read More
2023-11-24 21:36
  Lucas Samaras is a Greek-American artist, best known for his polaroids, his intricate sculptures, and mind-bending installations. Each piece of work created by Samaras serves as a lo… Read More
2023-11-24 11:30
  Thanksgiving is the popular annual festival that takes place throughout the United States and Canada on the last Thursday of November. Typically associated with family get togethers… Read More
2023-11-24 02:10
Eritrean soldiers, via Eritrea Madote  On May 24, 1993, world maps had to be updated again as national borders shifted and a new nation was officially established. It was the culminati… Read More
2023-11-23 15:59
  Originally named Eric Arthur Blair, George Orwell was born in Bengal, British India in 1903. He attended Eton College, became a colonial policeman in Burma, school teacher, militia m… Read More
2023-11-22 15:30
  The term ‘Black Friday’ is now ingrained into the international consciousness, one which we most commonly associate with a flurry of winter deals and seasonal shopping in… Read More
2023-11-22 11:33
the American Museum of Natural History. Via Wikipedia  Two New York museums facing protests are the American Museum of Natural History and the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum. Overall, 13… Read More
2023-11-21 17:58
  What is the purpose of studying politics and its theory? Who benefits from this knowledge, and how is it useful? This article delves into Aristotle’s insights on these question… Read More
2023-11-21 15:52
  Build any list of famous World War II battles, and Stalingrad easily ranks amongst the top five. The scale, ferocity, and effort that went into this fight are staggering. The fightin… Read More
2023-11-21 02:04
  What are the conditions necessary to sustain politics? What is the relationship between political life and language? How should we understand an active, political life? These are som… Read More
2023-11-20 21:57
  Amid the grandeur of the Olympian deities lies a captivating world of lesser-known gods, often overshadowed by their more-known counterparts. These deities may lack equal recognition… Read More
2023-11-20 17:50
  Symbolism is an art movement that originated in Europe during the era of industrialization. Although typical Symbolist artists painted dreamlike mythological scenes, their art expres… Read More
2023-11-20 11:40
  This article aims to explore Aristotle’s theory of rhetoric. We begin by exploring the role of rhetoric in the Ancient World. Afterward, explores the structure of Aristotle&rsq&helli…Read More
2023-11-19 21:22
  For centuries, women artists did not get a lot of support. This was often explained by the alleged inability of women to compete with male creativity. In particular, sculpture was re… Read More
2023-11-19 18:16
  The quest to explain human behavior is thousands of years old. Thinkers and researchers debated whether humans are driven by metaphysical powers, intrinsic processes, or our environm… Read More
2023-11-19 16:14
  The exact number is unknown, but World War II involved more combat soldiers than any previous war; the count ranges from 70 million to 100 million. The Great War came close but did n… Read More
2023-11-18 17:47
  This article provides an overview of Aristotle’s Poetics, one of the earliest and most influential philosophical treatises on poetry. We will delve into the significance of thi… Read More

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