What is civilization?
How does civilization emerge?
Good and Evil Civilizations.
sanctity of life
sanctity of the individual
Empires: Conquest and colonization to spread Reason and the Good
The Greek Empire under Alexander the Great
The Roman Empire under the Republic
The British Empire
Promoting Institutions of rational, open learning
Promoting Intellectual and Cultural Tolerance
Tolerance and the spread of benevolence
Tolerance and the spread of the institution of self-government
Tolerance open to the investigation of foreign ideas and thought
Tolerance and the sharing of pro-life tradition
Traditions of the institution of Law
Traditions of the institution of Education
Traditions of the institution of Art
Traditions of the institution of Religion
Traditions of the institution of Family and Dynasty
Empires: Conquest and colonization to spread Irrationality and Evil
German Reich under Hitler
Italian Fascism under Mussolini
Spanish Fascism under Franko
Japanese Fascism under Tojo
Internationalist Socialism (Communism):
Soviet Communism under Lenin, Stalin, Kruschev
Cuban Communism under Fidel Castro
Chinese Communism under Mao Tse Tung
Cambodian Communism under the Khmer Rouge
Prohibition of Institutions of rational, open learning
Prohibition of Intellectual and Cultural Tolerance
Intolerance and the destruction of benevolence.
Intolerance and the collapse into tribalism.
Tribalism and the hatred of foreign ideas and thought
Tribalism and the destruction of foreign traditions
Tribalism and the corruption of civilized institutions
Tribalism and the corruption of the institution of Law
Tribalism and the corruption of the institution of Education
Tribalism and the corruption of the institution of Art
Tribalism and the corruption of the institution of Religion
Tribalism and the corruption of the institution of Family and Dynasty
Tribalism and the worship of death
Government sanctioned genocide
Disintegration and Collapse of Civilizations
Grandiosity of the Weak and Passive
Envy of the Powerful and Aggressive
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Published on: December 12, 2015 @ 10:08 am