This album was released on the label Declive Diy (catalog number none) Hysterical Records (catalog number none) Xuntos Pola Mestizaxe (catalog number none) Demencial Kaos Records (catalog number none) Margubete 47 Records (catalog number none) Ediciones Aversivas (catalog number none). This album was released in 2007 year.
A3. Jason´s Macabre Return.
Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it. This famous statement has produced many paraphrases and variants: Those who cannot learn from history are doomed to repeat it. Those who do not remember their past are condemned to repeat their mistakes. Those who do not read history are doomed to repeat it. Those who fail to learn from the mistakes of their predecessors are destined to repeat them. Those who do not know history's mistakes are doomed to repeat them.
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The quote is most likely due to writer and philosopher George Santayana, and in its original form it read, "Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat i. Santayana was known for aphorisms, and for being a professor in philosophy at Harvard which he abandoned. Prior to that, Santayana attended Boston Latin School and Harvard College, where he studied under the philosophers William James and Josiah Royce. According to Santayana's philosophy, history repeats. The phrasing itself certainly is catchy. Even individuals are subject to this advice. Couples who do not learn from their fights break up. People who don’t learn from their mistakes don’t mature. In the 21st century, specific events in Syria have proven a repeated lessons about civil wars, like the Vietnam war, that when great powers intervene to fight proxy battles, conflict becomes protracted.
Santayana is popularly known for aphorisms, such as "Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it", "Only the dead have seen the end of war", and the definition of beauty as "pleasure objectified". Although an atheist, he treasured the Spanish Catholic values, practices, and worldview in which he was raised. Santayana was a broad-ranging cultural. Although schooled in German idealism, Santayana was critical of it and made an effort to distance himself from its epistemology. Santayana's main philosophical work consists of The Sense of Beauty (1896), his first book-length monograph and perhaps the first major work on aesthetics written in the United States; The Life of Reason five volumes, 1905–6, the high point of his Harvard career; Skepticism and Animal Faith (1923); and The Realms of Being (4 vols.
At any rate, it's not as if the past is sending us one message that is easy to read. So knowing history can give us hints, but it cannot prevent us from making the same mistakes as have been made in the past. Ashley Kannan Certified Educator. I would have to agree with it as a student of History. To not remember the past is to forget experience that had gone by and also to forget lesson to be had therefrom. History is said to repeat itself because we do not remember the experiences as well as the lessons of the past. Past, Present and Future are all imagined segments of the continuum. Eliot's famous line in 'Four Quartets'-'Time past and time present are both contained in time future'. We are supposed to remember our past and learn lessons from it.
For those who chose to sleep-in, I would like to offer my services as the professor of remedial history of events that matter. The last 100 years have been pretty interesting and much of that history is still impactful today. In fact, more soldiers died from disease than from actual warfare. Here’s the lessons we need to remember about the Great War and the Spanish Influenza Epidemic that effectively ended it; there are no great wars and wash your hands. That’s right, washing your hands is the single most important thing anyone can do to prevent the spread of infectious diseases. Well, in 1929 it was even worse, but at least in those days the brokers did the honorable thing and killed themselves by jumping out of their office windows on Wall Street. Even the people they unfortunately landed on were better off for not being around to endure the Great Depression of the 1930’s.
|A2||Into The Coffin|
|A3||Jason´s Macabre Return|
|B3||Search & Destroy|
|B4||Tocar El Cielo|