In the most important part, my critique of the theory of historical laws of continuity is still not convincing. I tried to prove that the “trends” or “trends” that historians recognize in the continuum of events called history are not laws, but if they are anything. Swimming The ocean is calling and I must go poster. There, those are the trends. And then I pointed out why a trend, in contrast to a law, cannot be used as a basis for scientific predictions. As for the critique, Mill and Comte – the two figures that I think are unique in this respect among the historians – are certainly willing to object.