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The Future of History

Elizabeth Deeds Ermarth reviews an assessment of whether history as we know it has a future, and if so what that future might be.

Response to Review of History in the Discursive Condition: Reconsidering the Tools of Thought

This book focuses on a central problematic, one that I have developed in various earlier work and brought here in one volume together with some discussion of implications. The problem is to answer the question: what fundamentally is at stake, practically speaking, in the homologous departures from six centuries of modernity by various physicists, philosophers,Continue reading “Response to Review of History in the Discursive Condition: Reconsidering the Tools of Thought”