The Philosophical Historian: The Curse of Modernity

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Since the middle of the 18th Century, beginning in Northern Europe, and then spreading to every corner of the world, people have become aware of living in an age radically different to any other: ‘The Modern Age’. We are all inhabitants of modernity, everywhere has been touched by the outlook of a new era. And isn’t it great? We have cars, science, medicine, nice houses, freedom, individualism. But is…

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Adam De Salle

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I am a young writer interested in providing the intellectual tools to those in the political trenches so that they may fight their battles well-informed.

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