Cyclopean structures of antiquity
CYCLOPS - in Greek mythology the one-eyed giant living in the cave. The legends about one-eyed giants exist in many Nations. About Cyclops all basically know thanks to the immortal…

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The mystery of Coral castle
News of science and technology Construction of such monuments as Stonehenge, the Great Pyramids of Giza, Sacsayhuaman fortress and other ancient buildings? Many scientists believe that in some cases only…

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civilization

Vedic symbols on the ancient buildings

Vedic symbols became more intense use of the Land after the Great War, when feral people started to come to, but unclaimed for centuries knowledge has already been lost. URS, the Magi, nymphs, gave people the most simple ways to protect from various attacks by the dark and their assistants, to execute the simplest, but often necessary in a life of manipulation at the local level, etc.

More than 600 thousand years ago, representatives of the White Race from other planetary systems created in the territory of the Northern continent of our planet, which they called Daria, a colony of the White Race. They were representatives of four families – two families of the Aryans (h’ariytsy, gives the Aryans) and two Genera of the Slavs (Rassini and Russ). The level of civilization that they had created, was extraordinarily Continue reading

Megalithic structures

 

Covered with earth, it forms a high hill on top of which in the middle ages

century the chapel was built, gave it a name.

If you walk a little North from town, you can get in the field where

in the grass between the rare pine trees lined up like soldiers on parade,

the rows of menhirs – huge, up to five meters tall, oblong stones,

set vertically. Here 2935 pieces. They are elongated in 13 rows

length of four kilometers. Some of them can be detected

undeciphered still embossed lettering. It is difficult to identify precisely (about it

mentioned above), how many centuries these stone giants were unshakeable

here. The construction of the megaliths in Brittany by archeologists to the bronze age.

The curious tourist can head even further North on

towards the city Oreg. The track will lead him to another sample

megalithic structures – the dolmen of the mané-Kerioned long covered gallery.

Turning to the East, and passing the ruins of an ancient Abbey, curious

the seeker will encounter a number of amazing monuments: the dolmen

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The philosophy of the ancient world

The philosophy of the ancient world

Test

at the rate “PHILOSOPHY”.

Topic 2. “The philosophy of the Ancient world”

The PLAN:

Introduction.

1. The doctrine of the cosmos and in man: the problem of existence. A consideration of the nature and

society in the philosophy of the Ancient world.

2. Plato, as the founder of objective idealism.

3. The formation of ancient dialectics.

Conclusion.

INTRODUCTION.

… In order to understand

the modern state of thought,

the surest way to remember

how humanity came to him…

A. I. Herzen. Letters about the study of nature.

The development of theoretical thinking and the formation of philosophy

imagine a long process, the prerequisites of which may be found on

early stages of human society. Ancient philosophical systems,

trying to find an answer to the question of the origin, the essence of the world and places

the person in it, had a long prehistory, they appeared on

relatively advanced stage of class relations.

The emergence of philosophy is a natural result of the formation and

human development. The rudiments of philosophical ideas begin to appear in

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Cyclopean structures of antiquity
CYCLOPS - in Greek mythology the one-eyed giant living in the cave. The legends about one-eyed giants exist in many Nations. About Cyclops all basically know thanks to the immortal…

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Gothic style in architecture
Gothic style in architecture. The word Gothic, in the culture of the Renaissance signified a curse rather than something worthy of attention. So the Romans called all associated with the…

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