The Sohawa University should have been devoted to science alone and named after Ibn Khaldun, the philosopher of history
, or Ibn Rushd, the Andalusian philosopher, if the idea was to give the new university a historic name.
The great English philosopher of history
, Collingwood,  (1889-1943), warned against what he called 'scissors and paste' history.
Spengler looked upon himself as a philosopher of history
, and Redner does not dispute that.
Empiricism, though at least some speculative philosophers of history have claimed to have been "empirical" (Marx and Hegel claimed to start with the definite "facts" of human history), is not the modus operandi of the speculative philosopher of history
. (35) Analytical philosophers of history may have a point.
Military Academy at West Point--makes a bid to join the conservative tradition of German refugee, philosopher of history
, and political thinker Eric Voegelin (1901-1985).
In "War and the Making of History: The Case of Mexican California, 1821-1846," Michael Gonzalez's distinctive historical voice spotlights him as a philosopher of history
as well as scholar.
Philosopher of history
Herbert Butterfield (1900-1979) generally focused on Europe in the late 18th and early 19th centuries, the era of revolution and reaction.
The philosopher of history
, Arnold Toynbee, in analyzing the demise of a civilization, spoke of the different ways a culture responds to challenge.
While there are at least two outstanding introductory texts already available (Eugene Webb's Eric Voegelin: Philosopher of History
and Ellis Sandoz's The Voegelinian Revolution, both published in 1981), Federici's work is distinctive in two ways.
The next was during the time of the philosopher of history
Giambattista Vico, historian Ludovico Muratori, and social critic Pietro Giannone, who attacked the corruption of the Church and died in prison, in the first half of the eighteenth century.
This peripatetic, mid-fourteenth century North African was both a model public servant and a philosopher of history
. In his worldview, human social development was possible only when group solidarity triumphed over individualism.
Collingwood, arguably the most influential English-speaking philosopher of history
of the present century, many of whose conclusions directly challenge Murphey's own.