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13 December 2017

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Online encyclopedias[edit]

Noosphere *[edit]



Mathematics *[edit]

Mathematical Logic[edit]

List_of_first-order_theories, Peano axioms#Existence and uniqueness


Axiomatic system, arithmetic set, finitary

Gentzen's consistency proof

First-order logic, Second-order logic, Higher-order logics

First-order arithmetic, Second-order arithmetic, Primitive recursive arithmetic

Primitive recursive function, recursive function, computable function

Proof_sketch_for_Gödel's_first_incompleteness_theorem, Gödel's_first_incompleteness_theorem

List of mathematical logic topics



Philosophers by century
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10th 11th 12th 13th 14th 15th 16th 17th 18th 19th
20th 21st

Religions *[edit]

Main Sinology

Cultures and Civilizations[edit]

List of civilizations[edit]

The following table lists the 23 civilizations identified by Arnold Toynbee in A Study of History. This table does not include what Toynbee terms primitive societies, arrested civilizations, or abortive civilizations. Civilizations are shown in boldface. Toynbee's "Universal Churches" are written in italic and are chronologically located between second- and third- generation civilizations, as is described in volume VII.

1st Generation 2nd Generation Universal Church 3rd Generation
Minoan Hellenic (Greek and Roman) Christian Western; Orthodox-Russian; Orthodox-Byzantine
Shang Sinic (see also Han Dynasty) Mahayana (Buddhism) Chinese; Japanese-Korean ("Far Eastern")
Indus Indic Hinduism Hindu
Syriac Society Iranic; Arabic Islam Islamic
Egyptiac - -
Sumeric Hittite; Babylonian - -
Andean; Mayan; Yucatec; Mexic - -

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World Values Survey [7]


United States[edit]

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Physical Anthropology[edit]

Coon's proposal of racial distributions before the Pleistocene
After the Pleistocene.
Caucasoid, Congoid, Capoid, Mongoloid, Australoid.

Eugenicist Lothrop Stoddard in his The Rising Tide of Color Against White World-Supremacy (1920) mapped a "brown race" as native to North Africa, the Horn of Africa, the Near East, Central Asia, South Asia and Austronesia. Stoddard's "brown" is one of five "primary races", contrasting with "white", "black", "yellow" and "Amerindian".

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Hominin species distributed through time edit

Note: 1e+06 years = 1 × 106 years = 1 million years ago = 1 Ma


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History topics[edit]

History by period[edit]

History by region[edit]


History books[edit]

Standard time zones of the world as of June 2008.

Evolution, Human sciences, Psychology[edit]

When plotted on a logarithmic graph, 15 separate lists of paradigm shifts for key events in human history show an exponential trend. Lists prepared by, among others, Carl Sagan, Paul D. Boyer, Encyclopædia Britannica, American Museum of Natural History and University of Arizona, compiled by Ray Kurzweil.

Timeline of human evolution

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Computational complexity theory and Algorithms[edit]

Distributed computing[edit]

Problem definition[edit]

Lock-based solutions[edit]

Lock-free solutions[edit]

Fault tolerance[edit]


Potential articles[edit]

Wikipedia:WikiProject Missing encyclopedic articles



Sundry Wikis[edit]




Editing Wikipedia[edit]

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