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I'm currently studying Aikido and Taiji. I'm informally studying jo and bokken.


Feb
23
revised How did the United States avoid (or recover from) post revolution corruption?
Added links to the two names; many more links are needed.
Feb
23
reviewed Reviewed How far could an English war bow shoot?
Feb
23
comment How far could an English war bow shoot?
Are there any citations for these assertions? I don't question them, but they'd be much more valuable if I could point to evidence.
Feb
22
reviewed Reviewed Why China was able to unify and not Europe
Feb
22
reviewed Reviewed What are the earliest examples in history where one state/people stepped in to rescue another?
Feb
21
comment What are some indicators that distinguish pseudo-history from actual history?
A related research effort attempts to classify the reliability of information on the internet.
Feb
20
reviewed No Action Needed Are the “bone fields” of the Stalingrad encircled battlefields real?
Feb
19
revised Who first in human history has promoted equality rights of all people?
edited body
Feb
19
reviewed Reviewed Has there ever been a truly multi-sided war?
Feb
19
comment Has there ever been a truly multi-sided war?
The answer would be better if you summarized what features of the Great Northern War fulfilled the question.
Feb
19
comment Who first in human history has promoted equality rights of all people?
The American founding fathers and the definition of human rights in wikipedia would disagree. I think I'm now guilty of discussion in the comments, so I invite you to have the last word.
Feb
19
comment Who first in human history has promoted equality rights of all people?
You've made a crucial point - are "laws promoting well being" the same as "human rights"? Do we have human rights a priori, or are they an artifact of the state?
Feb
19
comment Who first in human history has promoted equality rights of all people?
Interesting argument - however I'm not sure that the capabili9ty to achieve a new dimension of awareness is related to human rights.
Feb
19
comment Who first in human history has promoted equality rights of all people?
This doesn't answer the question - this is merely an argument that two religions fall short of the goal.
Feb
19
reviewed No Action Needed Who first in human history has promoted equality rights of all people?
Feb
19
reviewed Reviewed Has there ever been a truly multi-sided war?
Feb
19
reviewed Close Was Vietnam war ever officially condemned in the US?
Feb
19
reviewed Reviewed What caused the turning point in Hundred Years' War?
Feb
19
comment What caused the turning point in Hundred Years' War?
H:SE is about history. Personal beliefs about "immature illiterate girls" are not a valid historiographic perspective.
Feb
18
revised Napoleon Research Paper Structure
edited tags