History, modern history, and sociology are now fully connected to biographies, and peoples of the world are connected to most of them. Western Civilization is now entirely connected to nations as far as they have been developed. Institutions and Culture are mostly fully connected to subdivisions. Chemical elements have been imported from the old version of the SKB.
Prehistory has been developed significantly. Recent and current events are being developed. I have extended the history of several nations back through antiquity and into prehistory. More elements of social change have been connected to prehistory, and more elements of institutions have been connected to antiquity and classical and medieval history. Most elements of anthropology are connected to centuries of antiquity. Biography has been connected to centuries of antiquity and classical and medieval history.
After finishing a pass through the development of history, I have a better outline of the 20th century.
It's been far too long I updated the site. Principally, this has more and better development of history.
I had stopped work on the knowledge base in mid May of last year, and picked it up again in November. This latest update has more nations and cities, and improved summaries of how major nations apply to history, both in general and in modern times.
There has been substantial progress in history and in the development of peoples. The interconnections of peoples of the world have been rewritten and improved.
Details of periods of prehistory and antiquity have been expanded. Antiquity has had several nations added and a rewrite of applications of sociology has been done. Classical and medieval history in general is now connected to details of culture. Early classical, late classical, early medieval, and late medieval history now have entries for individual centuries. Late medieval history is now reasonably well connected to its aids. Modern history has been connected to details of human geography, and biographies are being reviewed. The 19th century has a better review of peoples of the world. The 20th century has been connected to institutions and details of behavioral culture.
The aids of sociology in general have been rewritten. Peoples of the world are connected connected to details of government, economics, education, and family studies. The history of Asiatic peoples has been rewritten and expanded. Western Civilization has been connected to more nations. African peoples have been connected to aids. Communities have been connected to more nations. Social mechanics is connected to more nations.
Institutions are now connected to elements of culture. Religion is connected to more nations. Government, economics, education, and family studies are having their histories reviewed and expanded.
Culture is connected to government and economics as far as they have been developed. Many of the divisions of anthropology have still more connections to other areas.
For history in general, I have a partial review and rewrite of the applications of Western Civilization and Asiatic peoples. Prehistory has had a review of other history and nations are being added. Antiquity has had several nations anded and a rewrite of the application of peoples of the world is in progress. Classical and medieval history is now well connected to economics, education, families, and behavioral culture. Late medieval history is now reasonably well connected to its aids. Modern history is connected to technology. The 16th century and 17th century are connected to their aids. The 18th century and 19th century are being connected to more nations. The 20th century has connections to government.
Society in general is now well connected to elements of human geography. Peoples of the world are better connected to religion. More nations have been added to the list.
Institutions are now connected to elements of behavioral culture. Religion has had a review of history and nations are being added. Government and economics are now better connected to aids pages.
Culture is connected to details of religion as far as they have been developed. Many of the divisions of anthropology have still more connections to other areas. There have been improvements in the connections of psychology to culture and anthropology, and sciences are also better connected to culture and anthropology.
For history in general I have completed a review of all aids pages. Prehistory and Antiquity are now connected to divisions of science. Classical and medieval history has connections to religions of the world and govenment. Modern history is well connected to behavioral and conceptual culture. The 20th century has connections to religion.
Society in general is now well connected to elements of culture as far as they have been developed. Peoples of the world have a better outline of social mechanics. Several nations have been added to the list. A few cities have been added.
Institutions have a better review of how other areas of sociology are applied. Religion is now connected to major aids. Culture has expanded connections of sociology, and its subdivisions have improved connecttions to other areas.
Many of the divisions of anthropology have much improved connections. Some 13 more individuals have been added to the biography list.
The latest version has this functional What's New page. Antiquity and Classical and Medieval history now have links to the 20-year periods of modern history. Modern history is connected to details of institutions as far as they have been developed.
More connections of sociology in general to culture have been added. I have finished a revision of how history is applied to peoples of the world and separated a detail page for the application of institutions to nations.
I also have a revision of how peoples of the world are applied to institutions in general and to culture.
I now have stub pages for another level of subdivisions of human geography.
Most of the major subdivisions of culture, anthropology, personal studies, and science now have slightly improved summaries of prehistory and antiquity.
I replaced the entire old Sapience Knowledge Base with a new reconstructed version, which is less detailed in many areas.
Created 14 July 2014 Last updated 9 Oct 2017