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Review of Ramspeck ACT: Hearing Before the Subcommittee on Post Office and Civil Service of the Committee on Governmental Affairs, United States Senate, One Hundred Fourth Congress, First Session, May 8, 1995 by U.S. Congress Senate Committee

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Chapter 7 Sometimes it is said that history repeats itself. We believe it is fundamentally wrong opinion, because the world no two people, neither of two events that are absolutely identical - otherwise, coinciding in all respects, they are so merged, with the result that in front of us appear not two separate, and one and the same event, not two different, but the same person. [76] Repeatability identical opportunities contains a contradiction, namely, the idea of ??the limitations of general and universal possibilities which, as we have the most detailed manner explained above, [77] allows you to disprove such theories as the theory of "reincarnation" and "eternal return." There is also the opposite, but not least is a misconception that all historical facts are regarded as having nothing to do and is absolutely not similar to each other. The truth as always lies somewhere in the middle: always there is a similarity in one respect and contrast in another. Just as in nature, in all areas of life, there are certain types, in other words, certain phenomena, which are the expression of the same law under different circumstances. That is why there are similar situations that, if discarding differences, taking into account only the points of similarity can cause the illusion of repetition. In fact, a variety of historical periods and under no circumstances can not be identical between them, as between itself and the cosmic cycles, or the human condition, we can only find a similarity or an analogy; and as individuals by virtue of the definition of "a set of" modalities of their inherent nature, and entire nations and civilizations can pass through similar stages of development.

Review of Ramspeck ACT: Hearing Before the Subcommittee on Post Office and Civil Service of the Committee on Governmental Affairs, United States Senate, One Hundred Fourth Congress, First Session, May 8, 1995 by U.S. Congress Senate Committee

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