Brief introductory summary of the Philosophy of History.
A Russian site (in English) offering a listing of philosophy of history resources worldwide.
Essays on philosophy of history from the Proceedings of the Friesian School. (This site includes summaries of Asian and ancient European philosophies of history).
Site attempts to explain the causes of historical social and cultural change, featuring articles about the discovery of agriculture, the invention of the steam engine, chemistry, and the nature of reality.
Summarizes the works of St. Augustine, Kant, Herder, Hegel, Marx, Spengler and Toynbee.
Explains the Trinitarian philosophy of history, which is based on the proposition that each individual is a balancing trinity of spirit-mind-body.
Imam Baqir al-Sadr's philosophy of history, including comparisons with Western philosophies of history.
Robert Wright summarizes his book "Nonzero: The Logic Of Human Destiny", which uses game theory to develop a philosophy of history.
Nathan Davis's "The next stage: society after capitalism", which modifies Historical Materialism to predict a future history.
Summary of William McGaughey's "Five Epochs of Civilization", which splits history into four epochs each centered on a key communication technology. The fifth epoch is his prediction of the future.