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

The eonic model and ‘discrete freedom sequence’: end of history riddle

———————– R48G: end of history or end of eonic sequence? man’s true freedom can’t emerge under domination by the market… March 29th, 2017 · https://www.dropbox.com/home/Public?preview=The+Crisis+of+Modernity_ver4.pdf This version of the eonic model stages a far better version of both an hegelian freedom metaphysics

Capitalism and entrapment: the ‘end of history’ gyp

The ‘end of history’ argument has turned out to be a ‘gyp’: neither the left nor the right can seem to provide anything for the future. The left chants the socialism mantra but has no real conception of how to realize that in practice. At least the original form of the argument was a leftist … Continue reading Capitalism and entrapment: the ‘end of history’ gyp

‘End of history’ argument and pseudo-democracy

R48G: the irony that the ‘end of history’ argument undermines the status of american pseudo-democracy: it is collapsing on the way to the real endgame May 4th, 2017 One of the great ironies of the ‘end of history’ debate is that if we take its thesis seriously the directionality of history so proclaimed by Fukuyama … Continue reading ‘End of history’ argument and pseudo-democracy

The ‘end of history’ and bad terminology

… the ‘end of history’ confusion and its ideology February 28th, 2017 this was: http://darwiniana.com/2016/05/11/beyond-the-end-of-history-meme/ Kant and the philosophy of history/Amazon I strongly recommend anyone stuck in the ‘end of history’ morass to get beyond historical materialism and Hegel and adopt my far superior method based on Kant’s original essay on history, or Kant’s Challenge. … Continue reading The ‘end of history’ and bad terminology

Hegel and ‘end of history’

R48G: the absurdity of Fukuyama’s argument… May 9th, 2017 · We have two clear lines of objection to Fukuyama’s argument: we don’t need Hegel, historical materialism, as the ‘motor of historial synthesis’: our study of the eonic effect shows something else driving history. One can object to that but the material is clearly able to … Continue reading Hegel and ‘end of history’