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History to what end?

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Assessment 1: Theoretical research project for the subject Ideologies, beliefs and Visions at the University of Technology, Sydney.

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History to what end?
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Democracy The End of History and the Last Man Francis Fukuyama Liberalism Liberal democracy Neoliberalism Conservatism Liberal Government Economic democracy
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Democracy The End of History and the Last Man Francis Fukuyama Liberalism Liberal democracy Neoliberalism Conservatism Liberal Government Economic democracy
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For a culture so fundamentally grounded upon the principles of Liberalism, the idea of philosophical progression culminating in the moral and political superiority of democracy and "free enterprise” holds inherent appeal (Held 1993, p. 225). It was such triumphalist sentiments that brought the concept to fruition (Havel 1992, p. 62). Fundamentally, Francis Fukuyama’s “End of history” thesis is dependent upon the legitimacy of three key components: a theological history; the notion of a self- emancipating Geist operating as its universal driving force; and that history culminates in Liberal Democracy (Hughes 2012). This paper will primarily focus on the latter of the thr...
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