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... us any objection to it. . . . The question is how far it is life-furthering, life-
preserving, species-preserving, perhaps species-creating.”.” The American
pragmatists, moved, less explicitly and less wholeheartedly, along the same line.
Classical theories of knowledge, which prevailed throughout the seventeenth,
eighteenth, and nineteenth centuries, all assumed a sharp dichotomy between
the knowing subject and the object known. However the process was conceived,
reconcile with the traditional empiricist theory of knowledge. I should now like to
argue that the social sciences as a whole, since they involve man as both subject
and object, both investigator and thing investigated, are incompatible with any ...
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Edward Hallett Carr’s What is History? is still a remarkable work of historiography fifty years after it was written. Originally written as a series of lectures at Cambridge University in 1961 the ... Vollständige Rezension lesen
THE HISTORIAN AND HIS FACTs
SOCIETY AND THE INDIVIDUAL
THE WIDENING HoRIZON