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Some great nerdy philosophy comics on this site. This one in particular stood out for me.
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Anna's British accent dips into Australian a few times.
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"Sunder is a good ultimate, but is hindered by the high mana cost" What? It has 0 mana cost. How old is the source you used for your skill build?
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Dude. Level 1 Sunder has a 200 mana cost and level 2 has 100. At level 6, with Treads and Yasha, you wont have enough mana to spam everything. That's why he prefers it at level 10
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Our time here has been so very short.
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Thomas Piketty, professor at the Paris School of Economics, isn’t a household name, although that may change with the English-language publication of his magnificent, sweeping meditation on inequality, Capital in the Twenty-First Century. Yet his influence runs deep. It has become a commonplace to say that we are living in a second Gilded Age—or, as Piketty likes to put it, a second Belle Époque—defined by the incredible rise of the “one percent...
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I know you likely cut it due to time interests, but you could have easily gone deeper on Cyprus, since it once belonged to the Ottoman empire, and when that empire collapsed after WW1, and turkey declared independence, Cyprus and much of the region was divided up by the UK and France.

This also caused a lot off arbitrary borders ( like with Sudan) in the middle east, Baltic states, and Africa where much friction can be seen today.
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In fact, the rise of fanaticism can be traced directly to the end of the caliphate in 1923. Kemal Ataturk, the Turkish hero of Gallipoli, buried the Ottoman Empire with little ceremony when he took power after the First World War, abolishing all its symbols, from Arabic script and the veil to the fez. The caliphate was, in his nationalist, secularising view, just another antiquated hangover from the long, humiliating decline of what had been known for nearly a century as "the sick man of Europe".

But the caliphate's abolition had an impact far beyond the borders of Turkey: it removed a central point of reference for Muslims everywhere. The poet WB Yeats was not thinking of Islam when he wrote his famous lines: "Things fall apart/ the centre cannot hold," but that was the effect of the caliphate's downfall.
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