The need for a generalized historical paradigm

The need for a generalized historical paradigm
July 14th, 2018 •
The marxist left has produced an historical paradigm that doesn’t work and which noone really accepts beyond the cultic assemblies of the various sectarian groupings.
A study of the eonic effect, while controversial to some due to its critique of darwinism, can help to extend historical vision into empirical observation rather that speculations about economic determination, useless debates over idealism versus materialism or fallacious abuse of ‘dialectics’ to slip mysticism into leftist discourse.

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