A Theory of Culture War

Inspired by Sun Tzu's Art of War

A civilization enters a dark age when it forgets the traditions and knowledge of its ancestors. But a civilization dies when it forgets that it has forgotten, and ascribes a mysterious or supernatural origin to its own past works, living barbarously in the ruins of its own past greatness. By the 6th century AD, the people living in the ruins of the Phar…

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