By A. Nuri Yurdusev
Diplomacy and the Philosophy of background examines the idea that of civilization relating to overseas 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 examine of latest diplomacy by means of taking a look at the multi-civilizational nature of the trendy overseas method, the competing claims of nationwide and civilizational identities and the increase of civilizational recognition after the chilly warfare.
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53 It is a clear indication of how resistant the professional community of historians could be, even to one who, by any standard, is a professional historian. The professional community of historians, like scientists, regularly applies intersubjective standards to the scholarship of its members. 54 Criticisms of the last four volumes of his A Study of History were sharper as they contained less of technical history compared to the first six volumes. Similarly, Wells’ The Outline of History55 is an example of how exclusive the professional community can be in relation to non-professionals.
Yet, for them, it is not the main determinant of analysis. While the first path emphasizes unity, the second one puts emphasis on plurality. Upon these considerations, in the following pages, I shall outline the two conceptions of universal history. 6 The Christian account of universal history was not, of course, the first one. 7 This can hardly be taken as the original starting point. The idea of a universal history may be traced back to the beginning of history. The sense of history is something concomitant with society.
It is men that make history. So why should it not be men that know of it? What I mean is that we could know about the future because we, as human beings, spend our life within a society, we all are social beings. Our acts and knowledge of the future are not independent of our acts we do now and the knowledge we have now. This does not mean that the socialization process that a man has undergone will determine his future actions and knowledge. It does, however, mean that the socialization process of a man has an influence on his future deeds and knowledge.