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DIALECTICAL HISTORICISM & DIALECTICAL MATERIALISM

A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS

By Lea Ofeaa

Dialectical Historicism had become highly influential from the 19th century to the present times. Although many would recognize that this concept was from Fredrich Hegel (1770-1831), he had only been apart of the completion of Historicism. 1,511 more words

Intellectual History

BADAWA AND HADHARA

Some Aspects of the Arab Bedouins in the Prophet’s Time

By Alwi Alatas

Several years ago when Malaysia was led by Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi, or commonly called Pak Lah, he launched a program called… 2,443 more words

Islamic Civilization

Reflection without Retreat: Brooke Palmieri interviews Benjamin Aldes Wurgaft on “Thinking in Public” and the role intellectuals play in politics.

Interview conducted by contributing editor Brooke Palmieri

The longer you stare at the words “public intellectual” the harder they are to decipher. They imply the application of thought to everyday life, they imply that the “ 3,195 more words

History Of Ideas

THE ISSUE OF CLEANLINESS IN GREAT BRITAIN

The Contribution of Edwin Chadwick

By Siti Jamilah

An economic and industrial boom in Great Britain as a result of Industrial Revolution led to the rapid growth of cities and urban population as large number of people migrated to the cities to work mainly in manufacturing sectors. 364 more words

Intellectual History

ALAN TURING

The Beginning of Computer Sciences

By Muhamad Zuhdi Farhan bin Suhaimi

Alan Mathison Turing (1912-1954) was a pioneering English computer scientist, mathematician, logician, cryptanalyst and theoretical biologist. 485 more words

Intellectual History

Intellectual History from Below

by Emily Rutherford

When he came to give a lecture at Columbia University last month, Chris Hilliard was introduced as “an intellectual historian from below.” “From below” is a term to conjure with in modern British history: a field whose forebears include E.P. 1,557 more words

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