The eonic effect, outlines of history, and an exit strategy for historical materialism

https://redfortyeight.com/?s=eonic+effect Noone gets history right because the usual strategies can’t detect what is really going on: the so-called eonic effect, while not a complete scientific theory, shows the way most historians (seeking theories) are blind to its hidden dynamic. In fact, that dynamic is only detectable over a limited range, but we see enough to … Continue reading The eonic effect, outlines of history, and an exit strategy for historical materialism

The eonic effect and outlines of history

Red Forty-eight Group: historical theories vs an ultra-simple version of the macro model…the pernicious dangers of Fukuyama’s ‘end of history’ lies November 30th, 2016 · Although it is hard to change gears and adopt a new view, especially given the controversial character of the macro model (history-and-evolution.com…), it is important to at least withdraw from … Continue reading The eonic effect and outlines of history

A new approach to history beyond the now archaic historical materialism…

The legacy of marxism has revolved around a set of theories of history that don’t work very well at this point. The economic interpretation of history is not really a foundation for socialism: instead, a more general view of history replete with is spectrum of values, arts, religions, philosophies, religion and sciences would better serve … Continue reading A new approach to history beyond the now archaic historical materialism…

Economic interpretations of history

R48G: historical materialism and the eonic effect June 12th, 2017 Our critiques of marxism from yesterday invoke a reiteration of our take on the eonic effect. If we critique historical materialism it seems equally controversial to promote the so-called ‘eonic model’. But there is a difference: historical materialism is not believable anymore despite the obsessive … Continue reading Economic interpretations of history

…historical materialism and the eonic effect

archive: historical materialism and the eonic effect June 26th, 2017 · Our critiques of marxism from yesterday invoke a reiteration of our take on the eonic effect. If we critique historical materialism it seems equally controversial to promote the so-called ‘eonic model’. But there is a difference: historical materialism is not believable anymore despite the … Continue reading …historical materialism and the eonic effect