“End of History” Author Francis Fukuyama Honored in Greece

 “End of History” Author Francis Fukuyama Honored in Greece

Francis Fukuyama
Rector of the University, Professor Panagiotis Kaldis presents the Honorary doctorate to Francis Fukuyama. Credit: University of West Attica

Francis Fukuyama, the “End of History” author, one of the most influential books of the 1990s, was honored in Greece by the University of West Attica at a ceremony held at the Acropolis Museum.

The American political scientist of Japanese descent, was awarded a Honorary Doctorate for his scientific contribution.

The Rector of the University, Professor Panagiotis Kaldis, stressed that Professor Fukuyama, is a prominent international academic and author whose work influences and shapes policies in the field of world politics and economic development.

He noted that in his latest work he makes extensive use of Plato’s theoretical basis, which is the emblem of University of West Attica, highlighting the importance of “anger”, one of the three parts of the soul according to Plato.

Kaldis was…

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