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R48G: the eonic effect and the mystery of the ‘Gaian’ evolution

October 22nd, 2017 · No Comments

The eonic model ironically resolves the issue of historical theories by applying a kind of sequential/parallel grid matrix and this suggests that after so much futile effort to find a theory of history the reason for the failure lies in the implications of this grid matrix. By ‘grid matrix’ we refer to the way that […]

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The eonic effect, its model and deductions…

October 15th, 2017 · No Comments

The idea of an historical dynamic, what to say of a critique of darwinism, is very controversial with historians, but I think you should defy conventional thinking here and consider the macro model. And there are several forms of ‘deduction’ that can strongly suggest this approach. The first is the evolution to history deduction: history […]

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can man master the eonic effect? as yet it remains invisible to general culture…//For the juiciest gossip on Renaissance artists, listen to Giorgio Vasari – The Washington Post

October 14th, 2017 · No Comments

One of the confusions of the eonic effect is that between the ‘modern transition’ and the so-called ‘renaissance’.

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An indirect approach to the eonic effect…

October 14th, 2017 · No Comments

R48G: the eonic effect as a series of questions: the universal muddle of historical theory… August 12th, 2017 · No Comments R48G: the eonic model as a set of questions…! June 29th, 2017 · The eonic model is useful because it cogently isolates a non-random pattern in world history but leaves it as is, open […]

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…and eonic effects…//4.2 Big Histories, Universal Histories

October 13th, 2017 · No Comments

The project of Big History is of great interest but its foundations are not fully solid: a version of ‘big history’ methodology with a critique form the eonic angle might be helpful… Source: 4.2 Big Histories, Universal Histories

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archive: the eonic effect, post-theological design arguments, a mysterious evolutionary ‘machine’

October 12th, 2017 · No Comments

In many ways World History and the Eonic Effect is a better approach to ID because religious ambiguity stalks the ID group and a wall of silence surrounds ‘historical ID’ as theology reigns, contrary to the generally positive commitment to science, on the surface at least. Behe’s take on biological machines is a pretty drastic […]

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need to study eonic effect to understand art/evolution….//How the human got his paintbrush | Prospect Magazine

October 12th, 2017 · No Comments

It is essential to study the eonic effect to approach this issue correctly…Wilson is simply swinging in the dark… Source: How the human got his paintbrush | Prospect Magazine

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Kant’s challenge, Big History and the Eonic Effect…//Big History Project

October 11th, 2017 · No Comments

The Big History project is engaging but it needs a larger perspective beyond the question of darwinian evolution, along with a finer sense of the antinomial character of attempts at scientific history. The whole project is threatened by the possibility that teleological models are inevitable…We are going to attempt a hybrid of Big History and […]

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R48G: the problem of history, a minimalist version of the eonic effect as a series of questions/

October 9th, 2017 · No Comments

Is there a science of history? The question of a science of history has been indirectly critiqued by Kant and his analysis is one reason, next to the obvious evidence of the data, that we have introduced the unique innovation of post-theory: the distinction of system action and free action, or free agency. The result […]

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R48G: eonic effects, a new model of history and virtual revolution

October 9th, 2017 · No Comments

https://www.dropbox.com/home/Public?preview=Two+Manifestos+version+2.pdf It seems that a reluctance to promote the ‘eonic model of world history’ confronted with the marxist legacy is misguided and that a more forceful presentation of that is indicated. We can always up to a point have our cake and eat it too and place the components of the marxist legacy inside our […]

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archive: the eonic effect as a solution to hegel’s query about reason in history…

October 9th, 2017 · 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 […]

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archive: the eonic effect and the collision of secular and religious histories

October 7th, 2017 · No Comments

The eonic effect and the collision of secular and religious histories September 4th, 2017 · Marxists often don’t get it: you can’t propose an incorrect theory of history and expect people to listen. Using the eonic model we can show just how hard it is to grapple with a real theory of history. From there […]

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R48G: What drives history? the question of the eonic effect

October 7th, 2017 · No Comments

September 8th, 2017 · Our discussion of the Counterpunch article raised the issue of what is driving history, that stolid cliche, with the article’s hint at historical materialism, class struggle, etc, as candidates. But a study of the eonic effect shows a much broader view is needed because there is clear evidence of an historical […]

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archive: the eonic effect as a solution to hegel’s query about reason in history…

October 4th, 2017 · 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 […]

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

October 3rd, 2017 · No Comments

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’ […]

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archive: the eonic effect, post-theological design arguments, a mysterious evolutionary ‘machine’

October 2nd, 2017 · No Comments

The eonic effect, post-theological design arguments, a mysterious evolutionary ‘machine’ September 30th, 2017 · In many ways World History and the Eonic Effect is a better approach to ID because religious ambiguity stalks the ID group and a wall of silence surrounds ‘historical ID’ as theology reigns, contrary to the generally positive commitment to science, […]

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archive: the eonic effect, post-theological design arguments, a mysterious evolutionary ‘machine’

October 1st, 2017 · No Comments

The eonic effect, post-theological design arguments, a mysterious evolutionary ‘machine’ September 30th, 2017 · In many ways World History and the Eonic Effect is a better approach to ID because religious ambiguity stalks the ID group and a wall of silence surrounds ‘historical ID’ as theology reigns, contrary to the generally positive commitment to science, […]

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The eonic effect, post-theological design arguments, a mysterious evolutionary ‘machine’

September 30th, 2017 · No Comments

In many ways World History and the Eonic Effect is a better approach to ID because religious ambiguity stalks the ID group and a wall of silence surrounds ‘historical ID’ as theology reigns, contrary to the generally positive commitment to science, on the surface at least. Behe’s take on biological machines is a pretty drastic […]

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archive: the eonic effect and the design question

September 27th, 2017 · No Comments

WHEE and the design question…//History and Evolution website September 15th, 2017 · The resistance to debriefing natural selection has an ideological component for a capitalist age, but also raises the issue of design with figures like Dawkins (foolishly) explicitly using selectionist arguments to promote atheism, a foolish strategy. The design issue won’t go away,

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archive: what drives history? the question of the eonic effect

September 26th, 2017 · No Comments

R48G: What drives history? the question of the eonic effect September 8th, 2017 · Our discussion of the Counterpunch article raised the issue of what is driving history, that stolid cliche, with the article’s hint at historical materialism, class struggle, etc, as candidates.

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R48G: beyond historical theories, the eonic effect, and a new kind of history of capitalism

September 21st, 2017 · No Comments

Actually (see archived post below), we need only a very general outline of world history with a series of questions and a set of hypotheses: the beauty of the eonic model is that we don’t have to adopt a hard theory. The model’s manner of distinguishing a system and its action and the action of […]

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archive: the eonic effect as a clue to ‘evolution’

September 20th, 2017 · No Comments

The eonic effect as a clue to ‘evolution’ August 24th, 2017 · Darwinism is so far off the mark that the insight into the eonic effect simply fails to register.

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spooky eonic effects and democracy downfall…//Pankaj Mishra reviews ‘The Retreat of Western Liberalism’ by Edward Luce, … · LRB 21 September 2017

September 19th, 2017 · No Comments

Although transepochal comparisons can be dangerous, the sudden chaotification of democracy two centuries from the divide (ca. 1800)

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archive: the eonic effect for skeptics…

September 18th, 2017 · No Comments

the eonic effect for skeptics…//3.1 Climbing Mt. Improbable: The Eonic Effect September 15th, 2017 · Conventional historians are very skeptical of so-called speculative approaches, but then turn around and fall for the fallacies of Big History (that instant genre arising in the wake of WHEE). The latter is already at risk given the coming fall […]

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