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Ed Simon Before the United States was even founded, in our collective mind, America was seemingly always a nation in decline. As a tenet of our national identity this sense of entropy crosses ideological barriers, in a country divided the idea that...
Exhibition dates: 3rd November 2015 – 20th March 2016 The last in my trilogy of postings on 19th century photography features a rather uninspiring collection of daguerreotypes. Perhaps there were better ones in the exhibition. Of most interest to me...
Archeology generally dates Tiwanaku to 1500 BCE as a small agriculturally-based village, it has not always been attributed this date. The first investigator, Prof. Arthur Posnansky, a Polish engineer dedicated fifty years to the study of Tiwanaku(Spanish...
First, some real news from RT Russia that carries serious stories and not endless propaganda designed to drive the US public into one war after another: US withdraws Aleppo proposals, says no consultations yet – Lavrov, the foreign minister for Russia...
NOVANEWS by David Livingstone The Oxford Movement A speaker increasingly popular among Muslim audiences, known as Sheikh Imran Hosein, was featured recently at the University of Moscow, hosted by Russian fascist ideologue Alexandre Dugin. Disturbingly...
SOCRATES is an international, refereed (peer-reviewed) and indexed scholarly hybrid open-access journal in Public Administration a...
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OMAIMON PARADOSIS: Homosexuality in Ancient Hellas - Truth And Lies
There is much talk around about the supposed "homosexuality" in Ancient Hellas. Most people have not searched the matter further and take a...