Idealism (tagged articles)
The Self-Cognizant Idea and the Methodological Transformation of Hegel, Marx, and Ditlthey's Historiography
Youngdahl Kaylee - The transformation of the philosophy of history reveals how and why methodological systems change over time. Methodological systems engage in contemplative action, and strive to assemble a distinguishable pattern of historical study. Though structure develops its own... Keep Reading »
Propaganda, Idealism, and Subculture: The Evolution of Che Guevara's Image in Chinese Cultural Memory
Lingxiao (Linda) . Gao - Being a worldwide popular icon, the Argentine Marxist revolutionary Ernesto “Che” Guevara has been differently re-appropriated by a variety of movements across the globe; but his reception and symbolization in contemporary China has been less discussed... Keep Reading »
Rocco A. Astore - Is there a goal or purpose to history? And if so, how is one to determine its starting point, the ways in which it develops, and how it achieves its aim? Luckily, one philosopher, Hegel, analyzed history philosophically and tried to answer these very same questions... Keep Reading »
Rocco A. Astore - The revered Madhyamika Buddhist philosopher Nagarjuna is a central figure in the history of Eastern thought. In his Seventy Stanzas, Nagarjuna shares his views on many eternal questions including inquiries into what it means to have a proper understanding of the mind... Keep Reading »
Daniel S. Guenther - In theories of political practice and institutional design, there is a clash between what should be done ideally, and what can be done realistically. Many philosophers and politicians offer unique takes on this dilemma of making human law and government adhere to higher... Keep Reading »
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