By A. Yurdusev
Diplomacy and the Philosophy of historical past examines the idea that of civilization when it comes to foreign structures via an intensive use of the literature within the philosophy of heritage. A. Nuri Yurdusev demonstrates the relevance of a civilizational method of the learn of up to date diplomacy through the multi-civilizational nature of the fashionable overseas method, the competing claims of nationwide and civilizational identities and the increase of civilizational recognition after the chilly struggle.
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This is, as seen, a continuation of the historicalness, found in Judaism. The distinctiveness of the Christian conception comes from its being more universal compared to Judaism. There are no ‘chosen people’ in Christianity, but, rather, equality of all men in the sight of the God. The Christian conception of man thus transcends the boundaries of the local or particular social groupings. Perhaps, a factor behind this was the Stoic conception of man. Unlike Judaism, Christianity was, Berdyaev observed, the meeting ground of the Eastern and Western forces.
18 There are no clear-cut demarcation lines between the past, the present, and the future. That history as temporality comprises the past, the present and the future seems pretty obvious in our daily expressions such as ‘in history there are no general laws’, ‘direct observation in history is impossible’, ‘historically speaking’, and so on. In these expressions history refers to an ever-changing and continuous process. It can be argued that history as res gestae may extend from the past through the present to the future, but, as a branch of knowledge, it is confined to the past and, at most, to the present.
History is thus, as a branch of knowledge, a combination of the historian and human social actions and interactions. Just as it is possible to define various sub-branches of science as a branch of knowledge, there may be identified sub-branches of history according to various, identifiable aspects/qualities of the known of history – human social phenomena, such as the political, social, economic, intellectual, cultural, and so on. Today we have divisions of history, each corresponding to a particular aspect or quality of the human social phenomena, such as social history, political history, economic history, cultural history and so on.
International Relations and the Philosophy of History: A Civilizational Approach by A. Yurdusev