Sunday, December 5, 2010

Rome's Learning Against Learning- Overview

The invention and popularization of the printing press broke Rome's monopoly allowing Protestantism to flourish- so Rome fought back via its COUNTER REFORMATION

Rome fought back with coercion

Rome also fought back via confusion

Institutions of Learning- Schools and Publishing

Institutions of Entertainment - Rome's expansion of the concept of its coliseums filled with 1000s of spectators

Publishing - Media Consolidation - Vatican Media Control - William Randolph Hearst

Media Defragmentation- Internet Breaks Monopoly

Internet Era Media Counter Reformation- adopting to the new modes of publishing, along with technological and other means to continue to thwart the spread of dangerous to the ancient regime ideas.

1 comment:

avles said...

Saturday, March 02, 2013

"We look forward to a Scientific Committee by the Jesuits"

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