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  • Confucius: Culture & Religion |  iMinds

    Confucius: Culture & Religion

    • UNABRIDGED (7 mins)
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    • Narrated By Ellouise Rothwell
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    Confucius was a Chinese philosopher, teacher, and political figure. His teachings have profoundly influenced Asian thought and life. The impact of his life and intellectual ideas have changed human history and it can be argued that he is the most influential philosopher who ever lived.

    Giulia says: "Interesting but short"
  • Seven Archangels: Culture & Religion |

    Seven Archangels: Culture & Religion

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    Learn about the Seven Archangels with iMinds insightful audio knowledge series. The history of Angels rests predominantly in the Middle East. Other cultures had gods, goddesses or faeries, but in the Middle East they worshiped angels as their gods. Once the idea of a single all powerful God evolved, however, it was necessary to create another space for angels. And so, they became known as mediators between the newly created all powerful God and his servants - humankind- on Earth.

    Michelle says: "Informative and reallllly short"
  • Behavioral Economcs: Politics, Law & Business |  iMinds

    Behavioral Economcs: Politics, Law & Business

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    According to most economics textbooks, human beings are super-rational creatures who know what is in their own best interests and always act accordingly. When making a decision to purchase, the rational consumer would not buy something on the spur of the moment, or on the recommendation of a friend. Sound realistic?

    william says: "At $0.69 I paid way too much."
  • Geisha: Culture & Religion |  iMinds

    Geisha: Culture & Religion

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    Mystery and misconception surround the geisha. At first glance, she may appear to be rather average looking, heavily clad in a weighty costume and an excess of make-up. But behind this mask lies a range of artistic skills and social etiquettes of immense importance to Japanese culture, past and present.

  • IVF: Medicine & Invention |  iMinds

    IVF: Medicine & Invention

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    Learn about the development of In Vitro Fertization with iMinds insightful audio knowledge series. "In Vitro Fertilisation", also known as IVF, is concerned with enabling infertile couples to have children. As a result of IVF, thousands of couples and individuals have been able to fulfil their dream of procreating. To fully appreciate the complexities of IVF it is important to know the history of experiments in reproduction.

  • Magna Carta: History |  iMinds

    Magna Carta: History

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    Learn the history of the Magna Carta with iMinds insightful audio knowledge series. Magna Carta: the great document has become synonymous with the power of the people. A medieval English charter of 63 clauses, it has become one of the most famous legal documents in history. Those who wrote the American Declaration of Independence claimed to have been inspired by it.

  • Habeas Corpus: Politics, Law & Business |  iMinds

    Habeas Corpus: Politics, Law & Business

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    Learn about the principal of habeas corpus with iMinds insightful audio knowledge series. Habeas corpus is a Latin phrase that means "have the body". It is a legal writ, or order, that a court may make, requiring a prisoner to be brought before it so that the lawfulness of his or her detention may be determined. The fundamental principle behind the writ is that no-one should be detained without cause.

  • Battle of Waterloo: Crime, War & Conflict |  iMinds

    Battle of Waterloo: Crime, War & Conflict

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    The Battle of Waterloo was fought on June 18, 1815, between Napoleon's French army and the British, Dutch, Belgian and German forces commanded by the Duke of Wellington. It is one of the most famous battles in the world and one of the most decisive events in history. Waterloo marked the endpoint of an extremely turbulent period.

  • Prohibition: History |  iMinds

    Prohibition: History

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    Learn about the history of Prohibition with iMinds insightful audio knowledge series. Imagine not being able to have a beer at the baseball. Or not being allowed to have a wine at the theatre. Imagine it was illegal to offer your guests a drink at your next dinner party. This is what life would be like under prohibition. Prohibition is a law that forbids the manufacturing, transportation and sale of alcoholic beverages.

    James says: "Short and Concise!"
  • Bermuda Triangle: Mystery & Conspiracy |  iMinds

    Bermuda Triangle: Mystery & Conspiracy

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    Learn about the mystery of the Bermuda Triangle with iMinds insightful audio knowledge series. The Bermuda Triangle is a large stretch of ocean in the Caribbean. It is infamous for numerous unexplained disappearances of boats and aircraft. What goes on in the Bermuda Triangle is one of the world's greatest mysteries. Many believe supernatural phenomena or extra-terrestrial activity occurs there.

  • Great Fire of London: History |  iMinds

    Great Fire of London: History

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    Learn about the Great Fire of London with iMinds insightful audio knowledge series. Before the Great Fire, the City of London was filled with crowded, timber-framed buildings with thin, plaster walls. Candles, rushlights, coals and fireplaces were omnipresent, and the risk of fire was paramount.The Great Fire of London is believed to have been started by the baker Thomas Farrynger shortly after midnight on Sunday, 2 September 1666, in his shop on Pudding Lane, just East of London Bridge.

    susannatalya says: "Nothing much"
  • Wind Power: Science & Nature |  iMinds

    Wind Power: Science & Nature

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    Learn about the science of Wind Power with iMinds insightful audio knowledge series. Wind power is a limitless, non-polluting resource that currently contributes almost 2% of the world's energy supply. It's the fastest-growing resource market in the world and has become one of the biggest issues in the green movement. Importantly, there is enough of it in the atmosphere to meet the daily global energy demand five times over!

  • Blues: The Arts |  iMinds

    Blues: The Arts

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    Learn about Blues Music with iMinds insightful audio knowledge series. Blues music is a type of African-American folk music. It is concerned with expressing emotions through song. Generally, blues songs deal with tragic themes such as lost love, hardship, poverty and death. Indeed, the name "blues" comes from the emotions expressed in the songs themselves!

  • Barbary Pirates: History |  iMinds

    Barbary Pirates: History

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    Learn about the Barbary Pirates with iMinds insightful audio knowledge series. For 350 years, from the late 15th century onwards, Europeans travelling by boat in the Mediterranean Sea were under constant threat of pirate attack. But these were not pirates as normally understood; rather, they were Muslim warriors officially sanctioned to plunder ships from Christian countries and kill or enslave anyone they found aboard.

    Carroll says: "a useful summary"
  • Generalist, Volume 8 |  iMinds

    Generalist, Volume 8

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    In this volume, you will learn about: the story behind Guy Fawkes day, the history of Thanksgiving celebrations, the concept of trade, the development of in vitro fertilization, the science of astronomy, the use of forensics in solving crimes, the story behind the character of Sherlock Holmes, the history of cricket's greatest trophy, the story of infamous rogue traders, the mystery of the Bermuda Triangle, the history of Prohibition, and the development of burlesque performance.

    Michael T Schreiber says: "Excellent Compilation"
  • Elders of Zion: Mystery & Conspiracy |  iMinds

    Elders of Zion: Mystery & Conspiracy

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    The Protocols of the Elders of Zion is one of the world's most famous conspiracy theories. It is a statement of prejudice and paranoia, a fake historical record and a grand hoax all rolled into one.

    Charles Hecht-Leavitt says: "Just a blurb"
  • Lobbying: Politics, Law & Business |  iMinds

    Lobbying: Politics, Law & Business

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    Learn about lobbying with iMinds insightful audio knowledge series. In a perfect world, elected officials in democratic countries would make decisions in the public interest after considering issues objectively and impartially. This is how parliaments and other representative bodies are supposed to work. In reality, however, politicians around the world are subject to a range of influences and pressures that can distort the political process.

  • Burlesque: Pop Culture |  iMinds

    Burlesque: Pop Culture

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    Learn about the development of burlesque performance with iMinds insightful audio knowledge series. Burlesque is a theatrical performance concerned with parody and exaggeration. But it didn't originate in the theatre. In fact, the term 'burlesque' is believed to have originally come from the Spanish word for joke, which was "burla". The term "burlesque" was used for satirical literary works from medieval times up until the 18th century.

  • The Bubonic Plague: Medicine & Inventions |  iMinds

    The Bubonic Plague: Medicine & Inventions

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    Bubonic plague is widely regarded as being responsible for two of the most infamous plagues in recorded history - the Black Death in the mid-14th century and the great plague of London in 1665. The causative organism of modern-day plague was discovered independently in 1894 by two bacteriologists: the Swiss born Dr. Alexandre Yersin and Dr. Shibasaburo Kitasato from Japan.

  • Rosetta Stone: History |  iMinds

    Rosetta Stone: History

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    Learn about the Rosetta Stone with iMinds insightful audio knowledge series. In 196 BCE, priests of all the gods of Upper and Lower Egypt assembled at Memphis to celebrate the accession to the throne of the boy king Ptolemy V. He was already in the ninth year of his reign, but this was the first time that such a momentous gathering as this had taken place.

    Jean says: "Rosetta stone"
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