This English language version of The Philosophy of History, based on Rudolf Rocholl’s German works, endeavors to uncover human history’s purpose. Drawing from philosophy, social and natural sciences, and religion, this text first examines different perspectives on the nature of humankind and interpretations of history. Next, it analyzes different historical periods and their corresponding social values. This work concludes with a discussion of how the significance of both human history and the natural world are revealed in God. Those interested in philosophy, history, and religion will find this work a valuable addition to their Logos library.
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- Study of human history’s significance
- Analysis of philosophical, social and natural science, and religious interpretations of history
- Marginal notes to enhance the text
- Authors: Rudolf Rocholl and Augustus Schade
- Publisher: Augustus Schade
- Publication Date: 1899
- Pages: 481
About Rudolf Rocholl
Rudolf Rocholl (September 27, 1827–November 26, 1905) was a Lutheran theologian and philosopher of history.