summaryUnited States philosopher of pragmatism (1863-1931) United States anthropologist mentioned his claims about puberty and sexual behavior in Polynesian cultures (1901-1978)
overviewMead (/ medium / Meath or meathe, from Old English Medu) is an alcoholic beverage created by fermenting honey with water, sometimes with various fruits, spices, grains or hops. Alcoholic content is about 3.5% ABV to more than 20%. Mead's defining characteristic is that most of the beverage's fermentable sugar comes from honey. It can still be carbonated or naturally sparkling; Dry, semi-sweet or sweet.
Mead was produced in ancient history in Europe, Africa and Asia and played an important role in the mythology of some peoples. In Norse mythology, for example, the Poetry Mead was crafted from the wise blood of Kvasir and turned the drink into a poet or scholar.
The terms "mead" and "honey-wine" are often synonymous. However, some cultures distinguish mead from mead. For example, Hungarians believe that honey is made from honey, water, and brewer's yeast (slime), while mead is fermented by the withdrawal of grapes or other fruits. A philosopher, social psychologist of American pragmatism. University of Chicago professor. The main work of the publication of the last post "Soul, Ego, Society" (1934) has high voice prices, discussing the process of ego formation in society.
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