An Intelligent Person's Guide to History
Provides a comprehensive examination of the philosophy and evolution of history. This edition includes an account by the author of the critical reception that greeted the book's original publication, and the controversy that it generated.
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History and Evidence
What Meaning Means
Why Collingwood Matters
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