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Superfluous man living off the land

The practical understanding of histories held in our collective memory is inconsistent with the factual record of this Superfluous Man.

Renaissance Man is the reason most scholars prefer to use the term "Early Modern Age" for the Italian Late Medieval period; Early Modern Age is a more neutral term pointing out the transition from the supposed "Dark Ages." This Superfluous Man developed of all customs through conventions of diplomacy and education to initiate inductive reasoning. You think cryptohistorical progress in architecture reached climaxed with Michelangelo when it was Leon Battista Alberti 's scholarly achievements that enabled such architectural talents to step into the realm of perceived reality and become perceptive of its proportions. This Superfluous Man spent his life forging the antiquities. Instead of resolving perspectives between authors, he created "primeval" texts as originals, appraising them through a mirage of circular reasoning and empirical evidence that cannot become falsified. Our past is more than mythmaking; it is a study of empirical probability and logical completeness on moral grounds.

Superfluous ManRefinement of time comes from the lawful perception of empirical proof, and a re-perception, and consequent re-questioning of the present documentary evidence. The Early Modern Age "Rebirth" is more than the bridge between the chronicles of antiquity and up-to-date. Most countries chronicle champions patriotism, namely calling out people who owe them money for land. The chronology of the world comes from the Late Medieval period, perceiving episodes that happened centuries before the original manuscripts smoothly withered away. All early civilized realms intertwined monarchical folklore around Leon Battista Alberti, the Superfluous Man, and his perceptions of such dynasties. Especially the chronicles of their birth, furnished with ludicrous traits; the similarity of such perceptions, even if they refer to separate, entirely different individuals, sometimes topographically far removed from each other, is well known and has interested many.

An evolutionary process of selection and adaptation brings these new perceptions into contact with your analogs.


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