Intellectual History

Uncooked Lamb: Over-clever humorous Propaganda

Uncooked Lamb: Over-clever humorous Propaganda

Any serious historian or a sociologist in the broad Australian Studies areas must be puzzled at the messaging of the recent Australian Lamb promotional video, and the, alas, popular response on social media. We have been here before, so many times. Clever? or humorous...

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Stan Grant’s Article on Tutu, Nietzsche, and the End of History

Stan Grant’s Article on Tutu, Nietzsche, and the End of History

Stan Grant writes: “Our ‘historical fever’, Nietzsche said, ‘may bring about the decay of a people’. If history becomes sovereign, he wrote, it ‘would constitute a kind of final closing out of the accounts of life for mankind’. Isn't this what we see in our world...

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POWERS, ENTITIES, AND assimilation…

POWERS, ENTITIES, AND assimilation…

POWERS, ENTITIES, AND assimilation… Commercial and Military entities believe that that they are the only real power, the only true conflict. They are nothing without entities of Spirit, which are regularly co-opted to an illegitimate cause. What are we talking about...

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Thinking Historiographically

Thinking Historiographically

View Larger Image The average person thinks about history in terms of a sense of place. These are categories with markers – events listed in a chronology, names listed in a Who’s Who, or environmental features, including human constructs, in a list of locations. We...

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