History

Revolution and the Growth of Industrial Society, 1789–1914

Revolutions and the materialization of industrial society led to a rise in power. Besides Europe and Western civilizations, the resultant power was extended in other parts of the world...

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The Japanese Samurai And European Knights

The epoch of Middle Ages serves as a linking bridge between the antic society and the modern world. This period is also famous as a military one. Due to the wars between the civil societies, states, and even continents, there was a new redistribution of the world.

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How did the Enlightenment Influence the French Revolution?

Enlightenment is, first and foremost, the era related to the development of European culture. Its main ideals were faith in the power of scientific knowledge and rational thinking.

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New Hollywood: 1972-1988

According to Schatz, the ‘New Hollywood’, also popularly known as the ‘American New Wave’, is a vital period in the history of American film. He notes that it started in the mid-to late 1960s and proceeded until the 1980s.

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The Reshaping of Science due to its Role in World War II

This study analyzes how science was reshaped due to the role accorded to it during the era of Second World War. When implementing the mentality that something needs to be acted upon, politics and political leaders of the day influence science.

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History of Philosophy

In the ancient periods, the people relied most on the mercies of events to understand some things. For example, the priests and the Shamans used magic, myth, and rituals to conduct the interpretations it was not until the 6th century that a small group...

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