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Knowledge about the past is useful to complete our knowledge of the world we live in.

Asked by: linsten
  • Yes, history repeats itself.

    Yes, knowledge about the past is useful to complete our knowledge of the world we live in, because if we do not appreciate history, it is bound to repeat itself. Humans are the same over time, and appreciating what the ones who have done before learned will help us not repeat mistakes and understand where society is at.

  • If one is ignorant of the past, one is bound to repeat past mistakes.

    The world that we live in did not arise out of a vacuum. It is a culmination of the errors and achievements of the past. By studying the past, we can understand what society and humanity can do in order to strive for a better world. We can also avoid the pitfalls that impacted negatively on human growth and knowledge.

  • No, It is not useful

    1. Past is Dead.
    2. Let us live in the Present.
    3. The Present demands our immediate attention.
    4. We should care for people and things of the Contemporary World.
    5. Every age has problems. They are unique and need different solutions than what were tried in the past.
    And at last, I conclude that it is not very essential.


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