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Exchange on WHEE and Darwinism/H-WORLD@H-NET.MSU.EDU

October 27th, 2010 · 1 Comment

from John Landon H-WORLD@H-NET.MSU.EDU To Haines Brown post: Thanks for the commentary. The Darwin debate is controversial, but times are changing, and a book such as Fodor’s What Darwin Got Wrong indicates a new wave of critiques of that theory. My citation of the Darwin debate was to free the study of history from […]

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Decline and Fall (from WHEE)

July 30th, 2010 · No Comments

1.2.2 Decline and Fall This brings us to the dynamical mystery of civilizations, their apparent rise and decline, and the misleading way in which a postmodern perspective has become a version of declinism. Modernity is barely underway, and yet a version of leftist or religious ideology has declared the ‘age of modernity’ to be finished. […]

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Decoding Modernity (from WHEE)

July 25th, 2010 · No Comments

1.2.1 Decoding Modernity: In Search of Evolution Against the backdrop of world history the rise of the modern must constitute one of the most explosive turning points since the beginning of higher civilization, or even the onset of the Neolithc. In the three centuries after 1500 beginning with the Protestant Reformation and the parallel Scientific […]

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1.1 A Glimpse of Evolution

June 21st, 2010 · No Comments

I am going to put some selections from the fourth edition here on the Eonix Papers blog: 1.1 A Glimpse of Evolution The legacy of modern historical research is an ambiguous one: the conductor’s baton of the Universal Historian taps the podium, in a concert of art, science and philosophy, the theme of evolution rising […]

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