Dearest Agha, Friday, July 27, 2005
Before I end the history section by giving review on China, I compliment the writer for giving a very fine history anaylsis and that too in a concise format. I found few improvements over my missing areas in earlier reviews that I had sent you such as French Revolution. He has later galvanized swet of class struggle against the feudal lords and liturgy in the revolution and bit beyond. However, I still think that the book is more productive to someone who has previously read little bytes of history because by principle then his conclusion will have more cognition. Let us start with China. There are three religions in China. Confucius has coaxed in China from a primitive period and commensurate to individual duties, learning in more rigidity within a society. Confucianism propagated philosophy among their administratives also but democracy did not devour. Taoist were mystical and greatly religious. So as per writer this helped integrate among individuals sense of ethics and morals which he realizes vital for citizens. Perhaps, this was the main reason why China was able to accomodate Budhism as well but it remained encapsulated from all foreign influence which did not help them improve their culture style and art. I remain apprehensive on this last obtrusiveness. There were few missionaries that had established chruches which writer did not switch lamp at. Our Hindus emerged as a society by preserving two poems from antiquity. their earlier ideology emphasized for truthfulness unlike Gandhi. The edict of Rama sirened in the ear drums of Hindus and later on Asoka came to promiscuous Bollywood in the shape of Sharukh to strengthen history of Hindus once again. Later on, when Afghans were part of this world they tumbled Hindus and Islam instigated and laid monumental Eiffel towers in all corners of India.
The renaissance was very important writer painted as the watershed of civilization. The discoveries of science have been very weakly mentioned but among the radiation of christianity there exists Protestants. Earlier they were superstitious but then gradually because of them the retrogression began by rationalism flowing in europe. This brought about stellar elevations in the areas of learning. The gradual rise of rationalism in education then extricated the grotesque secularism even in the constitution and democracy was no longer dilapidated in the hands of poor but politicians and it mixed the middle and lower class. Anyhow the writer is very appreciative of Hellas since time and again the renaissance looked towards it for learning till his day and to him there is much to gain from Greeks because it remains an unfinished business. His accord with other books. Quaid-e-Azam Zindabad, Iqbal Paindabad. The next section is the field of our very own Freud. Psychology.