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 CHRONOLOGICAL TABLES OF CULTURAL DEVELOPMENT

 

   The following tables demonstrate that cultural trends coincide with economic cycles because their principal purpose lies in activating human minds in order to change the up-to-now economic behaviour and redirect them to such activities as may outbalance the whole social system and adjust it to new perspective requirements. Curves of growth reflect several types of cyclic units listed below. They are manifested as shifts of aesthetic taste, style, fashion and mood and function mental substrate subliming into social, artistic, religious and philosophical ideas. 

 

Economic cycles

 

 

Wave names

Inventors

Years

Length

Kitchin inventory

Joseph Kitchin

3-5

1 Kitchen

Juglar boom cycle

Clement Juglar

7-11

2 Kitchens

Kuznets wave

Simon Kuznets

16

4 Kitchens

Kondratiev season

Nikolai Kondratiev

18

2 Juglars

Bronson allocation

Bob Bronson

30

4 Juglars

Stock supercycle

 

32

8 Kitchens

Kondratiev saeculum

Nikolai Kondratiev

45-60

6 Juglars

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Historical tables of religious, philosophical and literary ideas:

 

Historical Periodicity

Ancient Greek Philosophy

Medieval Philosophy

Science vs. Modern Fundamentalism 

Industrial Cycles of Economic Growth in France

A Statistic Maps of English Literary and Political Growth 

An Ideographic Map of English Literary and Political Trends 

 

Maps of Nostratic Migrations:

The diaspora of Europid Corded Ware cultures

Migrations of Uralic and Mongolic hunters

Migrations of Tungusoid and Pelasgoid fishermen

Migrations of Pygmoid and Laponoid tribes

Migrations of Celtic and Alpine urnfielders

Migrations of Caucasoid peasants

Migrations of Australonegroid and Caucasoid hand-axe cultures

Migrations of Hallstatt and Sarmatoid horse pastoralists

Diaspora of Scythoid and Bascoid megalith-builders