Tag Archives: Francis Fukuyama

The Fukuyama Thesis, Thirty Years On

The Fukuyama Thesis, Thirty Years On by Mark Wegierski Initial drafts of this response to Fukuyama’s article go back to November 1989. Francis Fukuyama, ‘The End of History?’, The National Interest no 16 (Summer 1989), pp. 3-1; and Alan Bloom, et al. ‘Responses … Continue reading

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Who are You?

Who are You? Identity: the Demand for Dignity and the Politics of Resentment, Francis Fukuyama, Profile Books, London, 2018, 218 pp., reviewed by Leslie Jones According to sociologist Francis Fukuyama, identity politics can sometimes be “a natural and inevitable response … Continue reading

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What We’re Reading – Mark G. Brennan

What We’re Reading In a new seasonal feature, QR writers tell us what’s on their reading lists for the summer. This time – MARK G. BRENNAN Ah yes, the summer reading list. When the only hobby one has is reading, it makes … Continue reading

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