European Triarchy

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European Triarchy (Die europäische Triarchie) was a book by Moses Hess published in Leipzig 1841.

European Triarchy was originally published anonymously with the intent of giving a revolutionary impetus to Hegel's Philosophy of History. Hess claims that the three countries of the Triarchy - France Germany and England - were already striving for the emancipation of humanity.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Coleman, D. C. (1992). Myth, History and the Industrial Revolution. london: Bloomsbury Publishing.