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- n. The philosophy of history
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For example, the Jewish scholar, Gershom Scholem, coined the term "historiosophy" to capture the mix of real-life events and metaphysical response that he argued was implicit in mystical experience.
This suggests that kabbalistic circles were using metaphysics to reify historical reality, which led Scholem to coin the term “historiosophy” to describe his understanding of history and metaphysics.
Rather, she works within the frame of historiosophy or psychogeography, being concerned to identify in each place visited "an arrangement of landscape, politics and myth".