Introduction to Philosophy of History


This book has twelve chapters in all and it is an effort to meet the yearning needs of scholars on the all-important course, Philosophy of History. Though substantial and authoritative books exist on the subject, the language of the discourse of philosophical issues in the field of History is often difficult, esoteric and directed to specialists.
In fact,
a general book of this nature necessarily builds upon the detailed work of experts and scholars. This work, therefore, is an attempt to prepare materials and present them in ways that will introduce students to the study of philosophy of history as a fascinating and simple subject.  Indeed, it is written in simple language and highly readable form.
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Preliminary Chapter INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY OF HISTORY

Chapter 1WESTERN PHILOSOPHY OF HISTORY: FROM MYTHICAL AND THEOCRATIC ACCOUNTS TO GREEK AGE