R48G: the eonic model and Judeo-Christianity, historical materialism, end of history discourse, and communism/democracy 

R48G: the eonic model and Judeo-Christianity, historical materialism, end of history discourse, and communism/democracy June 29th, 2017 • Source: R48G: the eonic model and Judeo-Christianity, historical materialism, end of history discourse, and communism/democracy – 1848: The Ends of History

The limits of historical materialism

Kant’s questions about history as a foundation for a neo-marxism… May 20th, 2018 • Kant in some of his aspects might be a more useful foundation for a neo-marxism than hegel (who can be rederived via kant) in the way his view of history non-dogmatically asks a set of questions (answered in their own way … Continue reading The limits of historical materialism

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 … Continue reading The need for a generalized historical paradigm

The eonic model beyond materialism/idealism

The eonic model beyond materialism/idealism May 12th, 2018 We keep repeating our critique of marxist theory, suggesting a different approach, e.g. cf. WHEE: One of the reasons to suggest the macro model of WHEE to replace historical materialism is that it can stand beyond materialist/idealist debates and operate at a higher level of abstraction, and…: … Continue reading The eonic model beyond materialism/idealism

History and epochal transitions?

Our study of the eonic effect can help to see past the almost mythological ‘stages of production’ theory to the quite different ‘epochal’ sequence in world history… September 26th, 2018 · History and epochal transitions? March 26th, 2018 · The legacy of Marxism contains a rich load of potential tools but is marred by the … Continue reading History and epochal transitions?