Létezett az ókori Egyiptom…?
Az ókori Egyiptom tényleg régi…?
A Rosetta-követ 1799. július 19-én fedezték fel. A történészek szerint ez volt az egyik legnagyobb felfedezés. A Rosetta-kő ókori egyiptomi hieroglifákkal és görögül íródott. Ez lehetővé tette az ókori egyiptomi hieroglifák olvasását, és így ismerjük az ókori Egyiptom történetét
A történészek szerint 1799. július 19-e olyan nap volt, amely megváltoztatta a világot
1799. július 19-e olyan nap volt, amely megváltoztatta a világtörténelmet
Vagy – megváltoztatták a világtörténelmet?
Ez a könyv megvizsgálja a bizonyítékokat annak bizonyítására, hogy az ókori Egyiptom nem létezett, és nem más, mint egy átverés
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Béla Pokol (1950 –) is a professor of law and a Judge of the Constitutional Court. He was an MP between 1998 and 2002. He has a wide teaching activity and published more than forty books.
The book analyzes the processes by which democratic states are increasingly transformed into ones of a juristocratic nature in a number of countries in the Western world. This is essentially created by the wider and wider competences of constitutional courts. In the juristocratic state the final decisions are made by the supreme court or constitutional court. The constitutional courts are at the center of these developments, and thus the book’s analysis starts with an examination of the changes by which the originally limited constitutional courts were transformed into chief organs of the state.
The book removes the taboos over the research of the creation of the German Basic Law and shows that the path towards ever-growing constitutional courts has been created by the occupying U.S. military government explicitly in order to limit democracy. This later became the beginning of the juristocratic state. This state operation has a special legitimacy base. Apart from some share-out in the principles of democracy, the justification of the state’s decisions is here that these decisions are always made by deduction from the constitution. This special legitimacy makes it a top priority for examining how the decision-making processes of the constitutional court actually take place and whether there are structural distortions in deriving these decisions from the constitution.
What challenges are facing the Western world in the early 21st century? What fate is awaiting the nation states? Will they continue to exist or will they be replaced by empires? What will the role of the state be? Will it shrink and lose significance or, on the contrary, grow stronger? Will everybody have to work, will they have a job in the future? In all events, will there be enough work for all? And what fate is awaiting the family? How about belief? What will follow from the prolongation of human life? Can social welfare systems, one of the most important achievements of the 20th century, be maintained? Can we wait until the West offers new answers and proposals for solutions or should we make up our minds and follow our own ideas? These are some of the questions to which Mária Schmidt seeks answers in this volume. While her point of view is undoubtedly that of a historian, her thoughts are focused on the future.