Knowledge Base progress #17

Over the past month, I have been working heavily on prehistory and early antiquity. I have been  getting these connected to each other and to elements of anthropology, personal studies, and science.  I have also created stubs for the individual centuries of antiquity, which will eventually allow me to connect more content.   For classical and medieval history, I have completed a review of the connections to anthropology, personal studies, and science.  For modern history, I have finished a review of the peoples of the world and begun adding more nations and getting a better picture of modern development.

I have begun a general review of the history of sociology. This is going faster than the last such review, mostly because I don’t have as much to rewrite and add.  I have finished the connections of peoples of the world to details of culture and reviewed the connections to anthropology,  I have also been reviewing nations, and will soon be connecting these to elements of institutions.

I have also been reviewing the interconnections of peoples of the world, for instance considering which nations and peoples have most heavily influenced the development of Western Civilization, and similarly for Asiatic peoples. This has resulted in a few reversals and re-orderings of the weight I give to them, and some of the necessary development patterns.

I have also finished connecting a string of cities to social mechanics. A large number of nations and peoples now have some connection to the subject in a general way.

I have begin a lengthy process of renaming social structure and change to social mechanics. This is incomplete, and I have been intensively connecting social types and social structure to elements of anthropology, personal studies, and science. When this process is finished, I will be ready to examine social mechanics in more detail.

I have also finished connecting institutions to details of culture and anthropology, and science as the exist so far, and I have begin with a review of their history. As with sociology, there are more details connected, but not yet enough for a good narrative.


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