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A difficult concept to grasp. In the history of philosophy, especially in modern philosophy, the term “interpretative circle” was used to refer to several different things. Those in the field of literary criticism to understand the term to refer to the process of interpreting texts such as novels and plays. More people minded philosophy, especially those who follow the events section of the continental philosophy can think of interpretative circle as a phenomenological approach to understanding the world around us. Both of these agreements, the correct term in their respective contexts, but to come to a complete understanding of the term in all its subtlety, it’s necessary to understand how the term evolved throughout the history of thought. Read the rest of this entry »

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Posted by on May 9, 2011 in Historical


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In the tomb of the pharaoh found an unfinished tunnel

tombIn the tomb of Pharaoh Seti I in the Valley of the Kings found the unfinished 174-meter tunnel, reported Bloom berg, citing the Ministry of Culture of Egypt.

The tunnel consists of two stretching deep into the ground ladders that are connected by transitions. The arches are covered with sketches of paintings that have not been completed, and yet the figures, which archaeologists believe the guidance of the architect working. Scientists assume that the tunnel had to lead a secret tomb.

This tunnel was discovered in 1960, but later information about his whereabouts have been lost.
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Posted by on July 1, 2010 in Historical


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The medicine of old age

ageIn Novosibirsk, SB RAS academicians have found microorganisms, prolonging human life by 35-40 years.

The first experiments have extended the life of experimental mice.

Tests of the bacteria, due to which people will be able to live up to 100-140 years old, held in Novosibirsk Akademgorodok in the Institute of Chemical Biology and Fundamental Medicine, SB RAS.

A unique drug for age identified from the rock, which was found on Mamontova Mountain in Yakutia. The age of rocks, situated in the permafrost zone, has more than a million years. Manages major research Ph.D. Vladimir Repin.
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Posted by on June 29, 2010 in Historical


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Alchemy and the Philosopher’s Stone

Alchemy is one of the sciences and whose name evokes the most contrary and diverse reactions: attraction, contempt, curiosity, uncertainty … conflicting feelings caused in part by the lack of concise information on its origin and development.

The most common and popular perception that spreads over the alchemists is that they were pseudo-scientific, liars and charlatans who tried to turn lead into gold, believed that the universe was composed of the four classical elements (earth, air, fire and water) and employed most of their time developing miracle cures, magic potions and poisons.
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Posted by on August 20, 2009 in Historical


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