Both doctrines represent the “end of history.” The traditionalist, however, views history not as a straight line from “primitive to modern,” but as one of continual ebb and flow, of cosmic historical tides, or cycles.
Marx condemned resistance to the dialectical process as “Reactionist”:
Throughout this dialectical, progressive unfolding, the impelling force of history is class struggle for the primacy of sectional economic interests.
Marx on "Enormous Cities" :
Again, what distinguishes Marx from traditionalists in his analysis of capitalism is that he welcomes this destructive feature of capitalism.