Is there any meaning to the ‘end of history’ meme?

The end of history meme is confusing because its source in Kant and Hegel and renaming on the left has created a nexus of ideas that can’t easily be disentangled. And the historical dynamics of the case looks like a superstition but then unexpectedly shows a few hints. For example in the eonic model we … Continue reading Is there any meaning to the ‘end of history’ meme?

Socialism Back on Agenda, 30 Years After ‘End of History’

The idea that there is no alternative is false, but the left has yet to come up with an alternative beyond the empty slogan, ‘socialism’… Alexandr Buzgalin discusses the crisis of neoliberalism and the resurgence of socialist thought and political movements, 30 years after the publication of Fukuyama’s ‘End of History’ thesis, which argued that … Continue reading Socialism Back on Agenda, 30 Years After ‘End of History’

 ‘End of history’ memes

Source: R48G: the eonic model and Judeo-Christianity, historical materialism, end of history discourse, and communism/democracy – 1848+: The End(s) of History Modern historical thinking has strangely failed to produce a real successor to the failing judeo-xtian legacy. The answer is not some spiritualized ideology of pseudo-religious content but a robust view of man as a … Continue reading  ‘End of history’ memes