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How Does Relativism Contradict Itself?

How Does Relativism Contradict Itself?

– [Rebecca McLaughlin‎] Relativism is the belief that there is no universal truth. That all truth is specific to its culture and its time. And at a basic level, this contradicts itself because it is a universal statement. If I Read more…


Kenspeckle, Beau, Bedizened: Quick & Quirky Words

Kenspeckle, Beau, Bedizened: Quick & Quirky Words

Today’s words are KENSPECKLE, BEAU, and BEDIZENED. Writing of the metre of ancient Greek epic poetry, 19th century essayist Thomas De Quincey, most known for his first-hand account of addiction, Confessions of an English Opium-Eater, wrote “The Homeric metre..is certainly Read more…


Kenspeckle, Beau, Bedizened: Quick & Quirky Words

Kenspeckle, Beau, Bedizened: Quick & Quirky Words

Today’s words are KENSPECKLE, BEAU, and BEDIZENED. Writing of the metre of ancient Greek epic poetry, 19th century essayist Thomas De Quincey, most known for his first-hand account of addiction, Confessions of an English Opium-Eater, wrote “The Homeric metre..is certainly Read more…


Mesopotamia: Crash Course World History #3

Hi there. I’m John Green, you’re watching Crash Course World History, and today we’re going to talk about “Iraq” No, you purportedly smart globe. We’re going to talk about Mesopotamia. I love Mesopotamia because it helped create two of my Read more…


What is Language? (Free Course Trailer)

What is Language? (Free Course Trailer)

What is language? Language is one of the defining features of what it means to be human. As the philosopher Rene Descartes once said there is no other animal however perfect unfortunately situated that can put words together in a Read more…


Nuclear Bomb Attack on Hiroshima & Nagasaki Japan

Nuclear Bomb Attack on Hiroshima & Nagasaki Japan

Hello everyone! Do you all think that Indian politics is detrimental? Well I think, No. People are living quite peacefully and life is easy. Long long ago, we had World War-I. Was it dangerous or not so? Well I think, Read more…


Where did the N-word come from?

Where did the N-word come from?

How obsessive artists colorize old photos

How obsessive artists colorize old photos

You might have seen some of these colorized photos on the internet. Mark Twain, Amelia Earhart, a young Charlie Chaplin. It’s incredible how normal these people look because they’re no longer in black and white. Like they’re someone you could Read more…


Ancient Aliens: Tesla’s Interstellar Communications (Season 9) | History

NARRATOR: Colorado Springs, July 1899. While testing a magnifying transmitter built to track storms, Nikola Tesla claims he received some sort of transmission from an unknown source. MARC SEIFER: One night he was tracking thunderstorms 600 miles away, but all Read more…


Geoffrey Chaucer: The Founder of Our Language

Geoffrey Chaucer: The Founder of Our Language

The outstanding english poet Geoffrey Chaucer, renown before shakespeare, is considered the first finder of our english language. His Canterbury Tales ranks as one of the greatest public works English literature. Renowned author, Chauser also contributed importantly the second half Read more…