‘End of history’ meme, beginning and ending in Kant (who never used the term)

The eonic effect by showing the dynamism behind world history actually gives some meaning to the ‘end of history’ meme, but its fall into political sloganeering has made it less usable: if we start with the kantian version the discussion is much clearer …

Source: The ‘end(s) of history’? 1848+…? – 1848+: The End(s) of History

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