The End of History by Fukuyama: Philosophical Roots and Foreseeing the World's Future



Fukuyama, The End of History, Hegel, The Will to Recognition, The West


Despite Francis Fukuyama's ability to engage in various fields of knowledge, and a broad understanding of history, political philosophy, economics, and philosophy, his vision remains purely conceptual -There is a widespread misconception that you’ve entered the door, but the reality is completely the opposite. America is still deeply rooted in history, exercising its power and strength in a chaotic Hobbesian world. For these reasons and more, Fukuyama's thesis falls short of the major philosophical breakthroughs reached by Hegel, Hobbes, and Rousseau. Fukuyama does not attempt to establish a coherent and comprehensive philosophical theory but presents analyses that are more like everyday debates than philosophical lectures