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    Default There are revolutions and revolutions...

    Which are the most important?

    Political revolutions or other sorts? Such as the industrial revolution.

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    Political revolutions aren't in isolation from technological and other social factors..

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    ???

    Revolution means an unexpected change at a great pace with historical importance. You can call everything a revolution. So, it depends...?
    I'm not sure what you're looking for.

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    In my opinion, all revolutions are of equal nature, and wether that nature is good or evil depends on your opinion of human nature. But to really go into that and explain it, I'd have to write a book.

    Basicly, if a revolution happened, than it is granted that change was needed. Otherwise, someone would have prevented it from occuring. Therefor, all revolutions and all changes, are of human nature. Human nature allowed it to happen. Revolutions are as good as is the human nature.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fluffywolf View Post
    Basicly, if a revolution happened, than it is granted that change was needed. Otherwise, someone would have prevented it from occuring. Therefor, all revolutions and all changes, are of human nature. Human nature allowed it to happen. Revolutions are as good as is the human nature.
    Great thoughts, I like the consistency and flow of it all. Restecpa!

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