Perpetual War

The progress of our civilization is the evolution of collective knowledge. We judge the level of the country's development by its economy, technologies and the scientific discoveries. Why, then, is the history of our civilization written as a history of wars?

Why do wars happen? Why do people hate each other so much? The answers to all these questions lie in the nature of memetic processes. The competition of ideas drives progress, and one cannot be achieved without the competition of people. In this chapter, you will find out what are the causes of continuous harassment and discrimination that we can observe throughout our history.

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