In search of moral legitimacy, European imperialism finds justification in history
The best way to preserve historical heritage is to share it with others
All truths are easy to understand once they are discovered; the point is to discover them — Galileo Galilei
How do you want your democracy? Well done, medium or rare?
“Whoever wishes to foresee the future must consult the past; for human events ever resemble those of preceding times.
Distorted history always supports the current power structure and lets generations upon generations of people be
Urban planners modify an urban scene already shaped by complicated historical process, so why are our cities the way
Museums aren’t just storehouses; they are repositories of our shared history
Big cities evolve by swallowing surrounding smaller towns, thriving on their energy and culture
Through the ages, suicide may have been viewed differently, yet its reason remained the same
Power, like a desolating pestilence, pollutes whate’er it touches — Percy Bysshe Shelly, Queen Mab
Debates and discussion in public squares have sometimes altered the course of history
In every age and in every country, the people of every nation have always supported a dictator. — Ludwig Von Mises
History teaches us that the need for reconciliation is self-evident
Why are minorities mistreated in the peace-loving and harmonious land of the Sufis?
As societies evolve, heroes become villains and vice versa
What has been celebrated from the salons of 18th-century Paris to the present day chat over coffee is increasingly being
The study of social history has become more popular in recent years
Simple, unintimidating words and technology might help maximise the potential of Urdu as an academic language
Our nation needs the right kind of heroes