source of clichéed philosophical disdain for dirty history in the academicist mode, Kant to Hegel

“It would appear no law-governed history of mankind is possible …
We can scarcely help feeling a certain distaste on observing their activities as enacted in the great
world-drama … everything as a whole is made up of folly and childish vanity, and often of
childish malice and destructiveness…. The only way out for the philosopher … is for him to
attempt to discover a purpose in nature behind this senseless course of human events.”

– Kant quoted disapprovingly, at least as antagonistic to Foucault’s view of intelligible orders being immanent in history, in John Protevi’s “What does Foucault think is new about neoliberalism?” 2009