Historical Understanding

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Cornell University Press, 1987 - Philosophy - 294 pages
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This text (Michael Roth's _Knowing and History_) does match the bibliographic information (Louis MInk's _Historical Understanding_).

Contents

Introduction Between Crisis and Closure
1
Heroic Hegelianism
19
Logic in History and the Problematic
46
From Humanism to Being
66
Absolutes and History
83
Desire Dialectic and History
94
Irony and the End of History
125
Nietzsche
189
Appendix Participants in Kojeves
225
Index
251
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About the author (1987)

Brian Fay is Professor of Philosophy at Wesleyan University, Connecticut. His publication include Social Theory and "Political Practice" (1975) and "Critical Social Science "(1987). He is Executive Editor of the Journal "History and Theory.

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