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Philosophy, mythology and history
 
The term philosophy of history concerns the theoretical aspect of history in two ways. It is customary to Distinguish Critical philosophy of history from Speculative philosophy of history. It is customary to distinguish between the critical philosophy of history of speculative philosophy of history. Critical philosophy of history is the "theory" aspect of the academic disciplines of history, and deals with questions Such as the nature of historical evidence, the degree to Which Objectivity is possible, etc.. Speculative philosophy of history is an area of philosophy Concerning the Significance possibly, if any, of human history.  Furthermore, it speculates as to a possible teleological end to ITS development-that is, it Asks if there is a design, purpose, directive Principle, or finality in the processes of human history. critical philosophy of history "theory" aspect of the discipline of academic history, and deals with issues such as the nature of historical evidence, the degree of objectivity is possible, so speculative philosophy of history is an area of philosophy on the final meaning, where appropriate, human rights history.  In addition, it is hypothesized as a possible teleological end to its development, ie, wonders if there is a plan, purpose, directive principle, or finality in the processes of human history. Parts of Marxism, for example, is speculative philosophy of history. Part of Marxism, for example, is the speculative philosophy of history. Although There Is Some Overlap Between the two Usually They can be distinguished, modern professional historians Tend to be sceptical about speculative philosophy of history. Although there is some overlap between the two can be distinguished, modern professional historians tend to be skeptical about the speculative philosophy of history.
Sometimes critical philosophy of history is included under historiography. Sometimes the critical philosophy of history is included in historiography. Philosophy of History Should not be confused with the history of philosophy, Which Is the study of the development of philosophical ideas through time. Philosophy of history should not be confused with the history of philosophy, which is the study of the development of philosophical ideas through time.
Speculative philosophy of history Asks at least three basic questions: speculative philosophy of history is requested at least three fundamental questions:
What is the correct drive for the study of human past - the single entity?
The polis ("city") or sovereign Territory?
Civilization or culture?
Or the whole of the human species?
Or all of the human species?
Are There Any That broad patterns can we discern through the study of the human past?
There are broad patterns we can discern through the study of human past?
Are there, for example, patterns of progress?
There are, for example, models of progress?
Or cycles?
History is deterministic?
It 's the story deterministic?
Or there are no patterns or cycles, and human history is random?
Related to this is the study of individual agency and its impact in history, operation within or against larger trends and patterns.
If history can be said to progress, what is its ultimate meaning?
What (if any) is the engine of this progress?
 
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Ζεύς
Πρίαμος
Ἑκάβη
Πάρις
Αἰνείας

Gipsoteca comes from greek and means "place of plaster. Is the name under which the designated groups of works reproduced Ancient emptying following system. This is the name designating sets of ancient works reproduced using the vacuum system.
philosophy and history.
 
Mythology and history
 
Greek mythology is the body of myths and legends belonging to the ancient Greeks concerning their gods and heroes, nature of the world, and the origins and meaning of worship and ritual practices. They Were on a part of religion in ancient Greece. They were a part of religion in ancient Greece. Modern scholars Refer to the myths and study theme in an attempt to throw light on the Religious and Political Institutions of Ancient Greece, ITS civilization, and to gain understanding of the nature of myth-making itself.  Modern scholars refer to the myths and study them in an attempt to shed light on religious and political institutions of ancient Greece, its civilization, and to gain understanding of the nature of myth itself process.
Cultural anthropology is one of the fields of anthropology, the holistic study of humanity. In particular, it is the discipline that has promoted and developed the culture as an object of scientific study, it is also the branch of anthropology that studies cultural differences between human groups. 
The academic world has chosen to consider under this label all non-physical ethno-anthropological sciences.
However, it tends to give continuity to cultural anthropology with its origins from the American tradition, then considering a particular anthropological approach which privileges the study of cultural aspects of humanity.

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Δάρδανος
Λαομέδων

In Poetics, Aristotle argued that poetry is more than history, since poetry speaks of what must or should be true rather than what is true. This reflects early axial Concerns (good / bad, right / wrong) over metaphysical Concerns for what "is". This concern reflects the initial axial (good / bad, right / wrong) on metaphysical concerns for what "is". Accordingly, classical historians felt a duty to ennoble the world. Consequently, classical historians felt the need to dignify the world. In keeping with philosophy of history, it is clear That Their philosophy of value Imposed upon Their process of writing history-philosophy and method Influenced Hench product. In line with the philosophy of history, it is clear that their philosophy of value imposed on the process of writing history, philosophy influenced method, and then the product.
 
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The Historian By E. Irving Couse (1902)
 
History
 
History (from Greek ἱστορία - historia, meaning "inquiry, knowledge acquired by investigation") is the study of the human past. Scholars who write about history are called historians. It is a field of research which uses a narrative to examine and analyse the sequence of events, and it sometimes attempts to investigate objectively the patterns of cause and effect that determine events. Historians debate the nature of history and its usefulness. This includes discussing the study of the discipline as an end in itself and as a way of providing "perspective" on the problems of the present. The stories common to a particular culture, but not supported by external sources (such as the legends surrounding King Arthur) are usually classified as cultural heritage rather than the "disinterested investigation" needed by the discipline of history. Events of the past prior to written record are considered prehistory.
 
 
The word "history" comes of the indoeuropeo * wid-tor, from the root * Weid ("see, know) attested in Latin videos (and hence Italian" see "), in English wit, in Sanskrit and the Slavic videti and see vedati. Specifically, the Italian "history" derives from the Latin historia, in turn from the greek ἱστορία (history), which means "knowledge acquired through research, research." It is with this sense that Aristotle used the term in its Περί Τά Ζωα Ιστορία (Peri Ta Zoa History) or, in Latinized form, Historia Animalium. The term derives in turn from ἵστωρ (Historia) and it means wise man, witness or judge. The first attestations of the word ἵστωρ be found in the Homeric Hymns, in Heraclitus, in the oath dell'Efebo Athenian and Boeotian inscriptions (in a legal sense, either "judge" who "witness" or similar). The breathing is problematic and is not present in cognate Greek word eídomai ("appear")  The form historeîn "questions, information is an Ionic derivation, which spread first in Classical Greece and ultimately throughout the Hellenistic civilization.
 
See also Jüpiter, Júpiter, and Júpíter.

Jove
Lavinia
Silvius
Aeneas Silvius
Alba Silvius
Atys
Capys
Tiberinus
Agrippa
Romulus Silvius
Aventinus
Procas
Numitore
Rhea Silvia (Ilia)
Ares
Mars
Romulus and Remus
Hersilia

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