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Entries from July 2012

Discounted WHEE coming soon….

July 26th, 2012 · No Comments

WHEE has a persistently good online readership. The discounted version has been delayed til next week… In Search of History: The question of evolution has an ironic mirror in the chronicle of world history…

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The difficulty of visualizing world history

July 25th, 2012 · No Comments

World history, teleology, and scientific flatlanderhood http://descentofmanrevisited.com/Chap_3_commentary.htm, with PDF link to full text…. People have a hard time with the ‘macro effect’ visible in world history: the evidence is conclusive for some kind of developmental logic, but it is unfamiliar to most people, whose first impression is often wrong. There is a real problem with […]

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Eurocentric confusions

July 24th, 2012 · No Comments

Niall Furguson’s brain dead Eurocentric intellectual thuggery From the Ruins of Empire by Pankaj Mishra – review What did Asia’s thinkers make of western colonialism, asks Julia Lovell Debates about the rise of the modern west (and corresponding decline of the east) remain a fertile source of historical polemic. Such oppositional historiography – the idea […]

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Web page intros to the online text

July 23rd, 2012 · No Comments

The descentofmanrevisited.com website now has web page intros to the online text, in part to give google a handle on the files (which are in complete form in PDF). Introduction Chapter 2: Science, Ideology, and World View Chapter 3: World History: A Hidden Teleology Chapter 4: The Evolution Controversy Chapter 5: History and Evolution Conclusion

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DMR is a permanent free resource on debriefing Darwinism…

July 22nd, 2012 · No Comments

DMR is a permanent free resource on debriefing Darwinism, one of the best, if not the best. It summarizes the debate, exposes Darwinian ideology, veers close to the design debate without getting entangled, outlines the problems with the descent of man, and proposes that world history gives us a hint about the real process involved. […]

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