Marx, Hegel, Human Nature and the End of History

Why morality is temporary and the future is ineffable

photo by Maximilian Scheffler on Unsplash

What comes after the end of history?

No, not the Western neoliberal “end of history” prophesized by Fukuyama. Nor any specific conception of any sort of civilization-killing cataclysm that makes all our wildest post-apocalyptic teen drama novels come true. By…

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J. W. Barlament

J. W. Barlament

Writer of the most eclectic mix of material this side of the Mississippi. Author, 2016–2019. Blogger, 2017–2022. Columbia University, 2020–2024.

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