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The suggestion of teleology confounds all brands of historical sociology

March 4th, 2018 · No Comments

World history starts to make sense if we ask, how would a teleological driver operate on a field of disparate civilizations? It is an intricate question but the gist can be seen by asking how such a driver could integrate a whole while still maintaining a real direction? If it is too focused it will leave out the larger field. If it is too dispersed it will lose direction.
The solution we seem to see in the eonic effect is a mainline balanced by a remarkable synchronous effect.
This approach doesn’t answer the question where this teleological factor comes from: we have boldly suggested it is an aspect of the evolution of man, a complicated question because it is not a darwinian thesis. So much the better.

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