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On the Formation of the Concept of “the Death of the Western Roman Empire in 476”

2020-06-23 | By Historian | No Comments | Filed in: Culture.

Summary: The abdication of Romulus Augustus in 476 A.D. Is often regarded as a landmark event in the decline and fall of the Roman Empire. Researchers have different understandings of this event.Historical materials from the late 5th century and the early 6th century show that people at that time did not regard 476 as a • Read More »

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Interview with Zou Yilin: Try to Talk about the Experience of Training Postgraduates in Colleges and Universities

2020-06-20 | By Historian | No Comments | Filed in: Culture.

Absrtact: A qualified graduate tutor should meet the following conditions: First, he should have a broad academic vision. Second, take a down-to-earth and rigorous style of study as an example. Three, understand each student’s academic foundation, intelligence understanding, diligence. Four, to deal with the relationship between teachers and students with the mentality of friends. It • Read More »

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Academic Information Mr. Zou Yilin Eternal!

2020-06-19 | By Historian | No Comments | Filed in: Culture.

In a WeChat group, Xiao Bian was deeply moved to learn that Mr. Zou Yilin, a senior scholar in the field of historical geography, died this morning. The book “An Overview of Chinese Historical Geography” compiled by Mr Zou is an important enlightenment book for small editors. This special issue of Mr Zou’s interview on • Read More »

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Comments on Childe and History Has Been Occurred in what

2020-06-18 | By Historian | No Comments | Filed in: Culture.

(Childe) “History Has Been what” was brewing as early as 1938. The writing belief is that Hitler’s growing German power will inevitably push European civilization, capitalism and communism into a dark age. Childe claimed that the purpose of the book was to convince himself and readers that this dark age was not a “bottomless abyss” • Read More »

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Academic Information “Is Athens Democracy Mob Politics”-Re-interpretation of Athens Democracy in Professor Huang Yang’s Special Lecture of Fudan University

2020-06-13 | By Historian | No Comments | Filed in: Culture.

“Is Athens Democracy Mob Politics?” Ruins of the venue of the Citizens’ Assembly Bronze Ticket Referee Bronze Medal Judges draw lots in niche Ruins of the venue of the Citizens’ Assembly This article is reproduced from the public number:Research Association of Xida Calendar Institute

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What is the depth of Hegel’s Philosophy of History?

2020-06-13 | By Historian | No Comments | Filed in: Culture.

Philosophy of History is perhaps the most read of Hegel’s works. The reason why Philosophy of History is widely read is that it is relatively easy to read, and ideas such as “cunning of reason”, “world historical figures” and “rational historical course” have long been familiar to people and quoted by different people. However, today, • Read More »

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Some Case Analysis of “Deep” Abnormal Thinking Christians

2020-06-13 | By Historian | No Comments | Filed in: Culture.

Some Thinking Analysis of Abnormal Christians Zhang Yuanlai   Some lines and cases that are often used in the evangelization of the church and are almost regarded as classic by some people. For example, it is likely to be counterproductive, repugnant, even inconsistent with historical facts, theological foundations, or even contrary to Basic logic. This • Read More »

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No one has the right authority to comment on the History of Cambridge.

2020-06-10 | By Historian | No Comments | Filed in: Culture.

After ten years of sharpening the sword, the Chinese translation of Cambridge Ancient History, 14 volumes and 19 fascicles, has finally begun to be published one after another. Fondle this great work, feeling the author’s high vision and knowledge, the translator’s sincerity and persistence, and the publisher’s vision and courage.   “Cambridge Ancient History” is • Read More »

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