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This does not mean that private morality is not important , or that the history of
morals is not a legitimate part of history . Buty the historian does not turn aside to
pronounce moral judg ments on the private lives of individuals who appear in his
And if anyone cavils at the statement that it is not our business to pass moral
judgment on Hitler or Stalin — or , if you like , on Senator McCarthy — this is
because they were the contemporaries of many of us , because hundreds of
But does not the fact that the historian , unlike the scientist , becomes involved by
the nature of his material in these issues of moral judgment imply the submission
of history to a superhistorical standard of value ? I do not think that it does .
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LECTURE PAGE I THE HISTORIAN AND His FACTS
SOCIETY AND THE INDIVIDUAL
HISTORY SCIENCE AND MORALITY
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What Is History?: The George Macaulay Trevelyan Lectures Delivered in the ...
E. H. Carr
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