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The ten stages in Condorcet’s scheme are divided by the following turning points: the formation of peoples, the development of agriculture, the development of the alphabet, the height of Greek sciences in the age of Alexander, the decadence of sciences in the late Hellenistic era, the rise of medieval scholarship in the era of the Crusades, the development of printing, the rise of philosophy shaking authority (Descartes), the French Revolution, and the future. Marie Jean Antoine Nicolas Carstat, Marquis de Condorcet, Tableau historique des progrès de l’esprit humain ( Paris, 1900).
Andrews ( New York, 1905). In sociology see, for instance, Ferdinand Tönnies, Community and Society, trans. Charles P. Loomis ( East Lansing, 1957). HISTORICAL PHILOSOPHY TO 1900 29 and others. His critique of Marx on the turning points in the rise of capitalism set a debate that has been renewed every generation. Weber’s initial work was on ancient Roman and Germanic economic systems, but in the course of his career he showed himself able to undertake detailed study of a broad field of historical circumstances.
The manuscripts were published in a limited edition in Moscow (1939–1941), and then in East Berlin in 1953. 30. Marx [1867, 1885, 1894]. 31. S. anthropologist Lewis Henry Morgan who, based on field research among North American peoples and broad reading, categorized societies into the levels of savagery, barbarism, and civilization. Engels 1968; Morgan 1877. 32 Each of these national historians developed the technique of the edifying narrative—a tale of the past that reaffirmed national identity and brought lessons to bear on the present.