Has History Ended?: Fukuyama, Marx, Modernity

(1994)
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This philosophical discussion of history is divided into three parts: the first analyzes Fukuyama's view of history; the second analyzes Marx's view of history; and the third looks at the approach of modernity to the discussion of history.

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Andrew Chitty
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