By Maurice Merleau-Ponty, Joseph J. Bien
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History is not an external god, a hidden reason of which we have only to record the conclusions. It is the metaphysical fact that the same life, our own, is played out both within us and outside us, in our present and in our past, and that the world is a system with several points of access, or, one might say, that we have fellow men. Because a given economy, a given type of knowledge, a given law, and a given religion all arise from the same fundamental choice and are historical accomplices, we can expect, circumstances permitting, that the facts will allow themselves to be ordered.
The Crisis of Understanding / 19 draft of an economic system or read, in an economic system, positions taken with regard to the absolute. Religion, law, and economy make up a single history because any fact in anyone of the three orders arises, in a sense, from the other two. This is due to the fact that they are all embedded in the unitary web of human choices. This is a difficult position to hold and one which is threatened on two sides. Since Weber tries to preserve the individuality of the past while still situating it in a developmental process, perhaps even in a hierarchy, he will be reproached, sometimes for concluding too little and at other times for presuming too much.
This is a difficult position to hold and one which is threatened on two sides. Since Weber tries to preserve the individuality of the past while still situating it in a developmental process, perhaps even in a hierarchy, he will be reproached, sometimes for concluding too little and at other times for presuming too much. Does he not leave us without means for criticizing the past? Does he not in principle give the same degree of reality and the same value to all civilizations, since the system of real and imaginary methods by which man has organized his relations with the world and with other men has always managed, somehow or other, to function?