This book is of interest not only to those students cum scholars interested in philosophy but to any layman interested in the theory of historical interpretation, in cyclic theories of history, or in values within our own culture. It also gives an interesting account about Hegal's metaphysical treatises and illustrations drawn from history. It also deals about the modern ideals of history which grow up right from the periods of Heradotus to the modern times, consists brief information about historical method and progress, including Hegel's anticipatory prophecy to our own spiritual-political-social situation. The students of history must have adequate knowledge of philosophy if he wants to understand the problems of his discipline.
About the Author:
DR. G. KUPPURAM is the recipient of citation plate and momento award and National young Scientist Award. He is engaged with an UNESCO project on 'Child Education, Curriculum Development and School Management Techniques.'