Displaying: 1-10 of 1202 documents

0.048 sec

1. Dilthey-Jahrbuch für Philosophie und Geschichte der Geisteswissenschaften: Volume > 10
Jos de Mul Der Fortgang über Kant: Dilthey and the Transformation of Transcendental Philosophy
2. Dilthey-Jahrbuch für Philosophie und Geschichte der Geisteswissenschaften: Volume > 10
Rudolf A. Makkreel Kant, Dilthey, and the Idea of a Critique of Historical Judgment
3. Dilthey-Jahrbuch für Philosophie und Geschichte der Geisteswissenschaften: Volume > 2
Bernard Eric Jensen The Role of Intellectual History in Dilthey’s Kritik der historischen Vernunft
4. Dilthey-Jahrbuch für Philosophie und Geschichte der Geisteswissenschaften: Volume > 2
H. Peter Rickman What Need for Blood in the Cognitive Subject: Kant’s Criticism of Dilthey
5. Dilthey-Jahrbuch für Philosophie und Geschichte der Geisteswissenschaften: Volume > 2
H. Peter Rickman Recent Anglo-Saxon Philosophy of the Social Sciences
6. Dilthey-Jahrbuch für Philosophie und Geschichte der Geisteswissenschaften: Volume > 3
Rudolf A. Makkreel The Feeling of Life: Some Kantian Sources of Life-Philosophy
7. Dilthey-Jahrbuch für Philosophie und Geschichte der Geisteswissenschaften: Volume > 7
J. N. Mohanty The Central Distinction in Josef König’s Philosophy
8. Dilthey-Jahrbuch für Philosophie und Geschichte der Geisteswissenschaften: Volume > 8
Thomas Nenon Hermeneutical Truth and the Structure of Human Experience: Gadamer's Critique of Dilthey
9. Dilthey-Jahrbuch für Philosophie und Geschichte der Geisteswissenschaften: Volume > 8
Theodore Kisiel A Philosophical Postscript: On the Genesis of »Sein und Zeit«
10. Dialogue and Universalism: Volume > 14 > Issue: 10/12
Andrew Targowski The Civilization Index
abstract | view |  rights & permissions
Before one can speculate about a new world order and “a clash of civilizations”, or “the end of history”, it is necessary to develop an appropriate set of measures to compare human competition in world politics and economy. Components and the generic model of an autonomous civilization is defined for eight civilizations recognized at the beginning of the 21st century. Each component of contemporary civilizations is numerically estimated in order to construct the civilization index. A comparative analysis of 8 civilizations’ indexes is provided in order to define strategies for the civilization development within 3 zones of encounters: clashes, modernization, and westernization. Two layers of world civilizations are defined and the dynamics of world civilization at the beginning of the 3rd Millennium is modeled. Based on that dynamics, the challenges for civilizations and peoples conclude the paper.