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    Para ejemplificar este entendimiento de la necesidad de historia Arendt cita a Robespierre, Vergniaud y Foster, pero indica que tales metáforas sobre la historia como una fuerza independiente están presentes a partir del principio mismo de la Revolución francesa hasta su final y fueron las que dieron lugar al concepto moderno de historia como es formulado en la filosofía de Hegel.

    [1] To exemplify this understanding of the necessity of history Arendt quotes Robespierre, Vergniaud and Foster, but she points out that such metaphors about history as a independent force are present from the very beginning of the French Revolution to its end and gave rise to the modern concept of history as it is formulated in Hegel´s philosophy.


    Is it a good translation to english?

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    Hola Lauraarese!

    Aunque mi lengua materna no es el inglés, intenté traducir tu texto de diferente forma, para que no fuera tan literal la traducción. Ojalá que algún nativo pueda leer la traducción que hice por si hay errores.

    "Arendt quotes Robespierre, Vergniaud, and Foster, to illustrate this understanding of the history need; however, she points out that those metaphors about history, as an independent force, exist from the very beginning of the French Revolution till its end, and led to the history modern concept, as it is put forward in Hegel’s philosophy."

    Saludos!

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    Quote Originally Posted by lauraarese View Post

    Para ejemplificar este entendimiento de la necesidad de historia Arendt cita a Robespierre, Vergniaud y Foster, pero indica que tales metáforas sobre la historia como una fuerza independiente están presentes a partir del principio mismo de la Revolución francesa hasta su final y fueron las que dieron lugar al concepto moderno de historia como es formulado en la filosofía de Hegel.
    How about?

    "In order to illustrate the understanding of the need of History, Arendt quotes Robespierre, Vergniaud, and Foster. However, Arendt (she) points out that those metaphors about history as an independent force are present from the very beginning of the French Revolution and up until its end. These metaphors led to the modern concept of History as it is explained in Hegel’s (philosophy) work."

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    Hello CalifornianMan!

    Definitely, your translation reads much better.

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