Julião, José Nicolao
September 2010
Veritas;2010, Vol. 55 Issue 3, p236
Academic Journal
Our objective is to make an analyses about the nature of the Philosophy of History taking in account a great period of its historical development, but also to center the investigation into some axial moments where this disciplines has made a more systematic lecture of its object, his problems and his tasks. In this direction, the focus of our study cannot be put in the mere presentation of a general and exhausting panorama about the Philosophy of History, but also, more modestly and also more substantially, we intend to make an examination of the hypothesis according to which the birth of the characteristic Theories of the History of XIX century did not eradicate completely some Metaphysical foundations of the traditional philosophies of history and even, in a totally different way, was nourished by them in order to create the basis of the epistemology of historical sciences. It made possible, then, in the following century, the renaissance of the Philosophies of History in its diverse variations.


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