History and Philosophy as Theodicy

Idealistic Studies 30 (3):159-172 (2000)
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Toward the end of the millennium our world culture concerns itself centrally with the problematic of history. That was often the case in previous similar epochs of great change, for example two hundred years ago. It was an important "characteristic of German Idealism that the concept and the problem of history did not occupy one, but the central position."



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