Philosophy of History XVIII-XX Century (Part Two)
- Author: Krasimir Delchev
- Year: 15-06-2017
- Availability: In Stock
- Product Code: 1946-01
- SKU: 21.0032
- ISBN: 978-619-01-0047-8
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This is first-of-a-kind thematic research on the appearance and development of the European philosophy of history.
In part two of this scientific work, the study of the main themes in philosophy of history (XVIII-XX century) continues. The themes of Carlyle, Chaadayev, Ortega-and-Gasset, Heidegger, the late Spengler, Max Weber, Dilthey, Peter Bit͡silli (the smartest person who ever lived in Bulgaria, according to St. Svintilla) were analyzed.
There is also a new part of this study that is paying a special attention to the meaning of words like destiny, state, history, and nation. The clarification of the their meaning is an important subject, as these are concepts, constantly used by many different authors of different ages.
The dignity of the present study is the great tracking of the interrelations between the philosophy of history, the theory of history and the history of philosophy.
Recommended for historians, philosophers, lawyers, culturalologists, political scientists, sociologists, psychologists, students and readers with well-cultivated interests.
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