The DIM Hypothesis by Leonard Peikoff

History & Culture, Philosophy

In The DIM Hypothesis, Leonard Peikoff identifies the three methods people use to integrate concrete data into a whole: Disintegration, Integration, and Misintegration. He then surveys the history of Western Civilization and shows how the dominant method of thinking of a given historical period influenced the cultural products of that time in the fields of literature, physics, education, and politics, with the goal of determining the likely course of Western Civilization in the future.

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