History and Symbolism of the Gadsden (Don’t Tread On Me) Flag

The Gadsden flag was a conception of an American General and Politician Christopher Gadsden. He designed the flag in 1775 during the American Revolution. The use of a Rattlesnake on the flag did not happen by chance. In fact, the timber and diamond black species of rattlesnake were abundant within the original colonies. Gadsden ‘Don’t [...]

Michel Foucault

Michel Foucault, (born October fifteen, 1926, Poitiers, France – died June twenty five, 1984, Paris), French philosopher as well as historian, one of probably the most important and debatable scholars of the post World War II period. The son as well as grandson of a doctor, Michel Foucault was created to a solidly bourgeois household. [...]