David J. Tamm, M.A.
David J. Tamm, M.A. is
Universal History and the Telos of Human Progress and
is a member of the International Society for the Comparative Study
of Civilizations (ISCSC), and has taught International Relations and
Western Civilization History at the college level, as well as history
courses at the high school level, for eight years.
He is also co-webmaster of the
City of Hudson, Florida website.
Universal History and the Telos of Human Progress explores the notion of collective social and cultural progress by investigating how world historians have defined and explained purpose in life through the ages. In so doing, it aims to answer the general sense of malaise, meaninglessness, and broken social relationships endemic to life today in many countries in the Western world and beyond. It in addition to dead tree format, it is available in the Kindle format.
David edited Visions of the Future, American Cities, Our Solar Family, Our Solar Family II: The Human Future in Space, History of Hudson and Hudson Beach, Florida, World Literature, World National Anthems, Internet History Movie Database, Canals of the World, Art Gallery for World History Classes, and The Most Famous People of All Time.
David earned his BA in Community Relations / Political Philosophy (Social Science) with a Minor in History at Michigan State University in 2001 and his Master’s at Jagiellonian University, Poland in 2006 with the thesis The Reinvigoration of the West through Outer Space Development. He studied Polish Language and Culture at the University of Marie Sklodowska-Curie, Lublin, Poland in 2004. He studied Political Philosophy at the University of South Florida in 2001 and Politics, Economics, and History at Budapest University of Economics, Hungary in 1998.
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