Liberal democracy as the end of history : Fukuyama and postmodern challenges

Table of Contents

Introduction 1. Methodology -- An Approach to Philosophical Analysis 2. Fukuyama I -- The Concept of a History with Universal Direction and End Point 3. Fukuyama II -- Why does History end in Liberal Democracy? 4. Postmodern Perspectives on the Flow of Time 5. Questioning the Universality of Human Nature -- A Politics without a Concept of the "Human" 6. The Myth of the Individual -- How "I" is Constructed and Gives an Account of Itself 7. A Theory of a History which Ends in Liberal Democracy Through a Reading of Fukuyama and Postmodernism Postscript: Limitations and Outcomes of The Study Bibliography