Sofia: BAS: IPhR (IPS) (2008)

Vasil Penchev
Bulgarian Academy of Sciences
The book discusses a civilization approach to philosophy of history. Hegel's idea about "Reason in history" is exemplified as "Reason in civilization" to be justified ontologically the civilization approach in the works of Toynbee, Huntington, etc. together with the conception of "long run": the "longue duree" (the long term) of the French Annales School.
Keywords Reason in history  Hegel  long run  Toynbee  Huntington  Braudel  slow historical time
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