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Invoking geist isn’t good enough: the riddle of history needs more specifics

July 21st, 2018 · No Comments

the eonic effect as a solution to hegel’s query about reason in history…//Amazon.com: Hegel: Reason in History
October 3rd, 2017 ·

Not one in a thousand readers has even the slightest inkling of Hegel’s notion of ‘reason in history’: the turgid muddle of the question nonetheless it raises an issue that should lead marxists to question their darwinism, no such luck…noone, including hegel perhaps sees the issue clearly…

Even a cursory glance at the ‘eonic effect’ shows the key to the solution of the problem, although the question of ‘reason’ in history, both obscure and transparent, in terms of such terminology

Source: Amazon.com: Hegel: Reason in History (9780023513206): G.W.F. Hegel, Robert S. Hartman: Books

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