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A short history of knowledge, from feudalism to the Internet | Alice Dreger

phxbillcee 9 May 7

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That is a powerfulpoint about the difference between authority coming from on high vs from ones peers. Seems like a turning point for society.

Yep, the Enlightenment was so named for a reason! Led to science as we know it & representative democracy, such as it is.

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