#humanities (Discord ID: 387060045013057538) in MacGuyver - Skills & Academics, page 1
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Please post humanitites related interesting articles, things you are learning at school, or other humanities discussion here!
One thing I've wondered is that if the AltRight ever needed to avoid using English or other language with a lot of POZzed speakers to avoid interruption, what language would we write things in? I was thinking maybe Latin 😁
Was going to suggest German, but, you know
We have Irish studies in the Pagan server.
Aye we have an Irish language section as well
I ain't pagan but Irish seems like a fun language to learn
Irish is like white people arabic
Yeah it sounds pretty strange
I can try doing some basic lessons here but I’m not quite sure how that would work
I lean closer to that than typical Germanic, Celtic, Norse etc
@Kingfish No, we are focused on Germanic, Celtic, and Slavic (Baltic in the future, if requested).
What is your heritage?
I'm not sure if there is a server that covers those.
Ah that’s alright!
There is quite a bit of literature mostly on the myths and legends of Roman/Greek paganism I have found very little on the actual practice of that form
Yeah I’m not looking to directly practice the state cult practices but more discuss the nature of their spirituality etc
I have a lot of literature on it
Mostly myths and what not
But if we don’t have a southern euro/med server I’d be more than happy to start one
The mythos is great centered heavily on honor myths = the saga of such a people
Just the works of Virgil and homer establish most of the core of who we are as a people
Seems like all native euro religions share much in common with each other despite being enemies at times
They absolutely do. However the Norse Germanic and Celtic are closer than the Greco Roman ones, which is interesting because those same differences were maintained once both Northern and Southern Europe converted
Latin, or French would be good. Especially since French is the language of the OG Identitarians. Though of course I'd love Irish too (but it's quite difficult)
Also @Kingfish If you start that Greco-Italian server invite me. I studied classics at university for a while.
Yeah we can absolutely try to get one started. If you have any ideas DM me and I'll start up the server!
You could also have a channel here if you don't feel like starting a whole new server
Thanks man, I've got a server up that will work. Just have to designate roles and categorized channels I'll send a few invites for people to check out to see if they like it
>tf when you were there for the founding of Third Rome right here on discord
From here on A.D. and C.E. are forbidden
We are using Ab urbe condita
Also we really should be infiltrating organizations that revolve around classical Europe and recruiting people
@StrawberryArmada once we’ve gathered our strength we will begin to conquer the Celt sever and the Gauls will be subjugated once more
That's my server
I am admin for Germanic/Celtic/Nordic/Slavic Pagansim channel.
I have a Celtic/Anglo-Celtic server
It is the one I've had for over 6 months now.
@JudenFrei#6240 how can I join this?
Listening to the Iliad again. Damn that’s some fine prose son!
Any particular recording you recommend?
Was Carthage white?
whiter than what they will tell you
#Hannibal was a med
already had this argument about the Phoenicians with my idiotic thedonald tier friend
Yeah the more I'm learning about history the more it seems the entireity of the Mediterranean basin was surrounded by white people until the Arabs went beserk
That really depends on who you consider white
North Africa has always had a large amount of Semitic speaking peoples
People living in Anatolia spoke Indo European languages for a while
But that doesn't automatically make them Europids of course
Phoenicians are also Semitic speaking peoples
Bro carnifex is a good band
Egyptians, Berbers, Arabs, Jews are all linguistically related
People keep saying that
Tf is this band
They're similar to whitechapel etc.
Semitic peoples are also of course genetically similar. And naturally those close to southern Europe share genes with Europeans
So like deathcore type?
Yeah around there, they incorporate black metal elements frequently
ok so im supposed to reference this in APSA:
2014. "Chapter 2: Economic Policy.' In Congress and the Nation 2009-2012, Volume XIII: Politics and Policy in the 111th and 11th Congresses, e. Dave Tarr. Thousand Oaks, CA: CQ Press.
how would i structure a parenthetical reference to this citation? i cant use author-date-page number since there is no author, so what should i use in place of author if anything?
@Deleted User what exactly is the actual information you’re citing? If it only has an editor that implies it’s a kind of primary source then?
it's an online book in a database
Is the information you’re using just from the book? Or is it from a primary source (like a document or law etc) edited and compiled within the book?
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