The idea of history

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Oxford University Press, 1956 - History - 339 pages
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Collingwood's "The Idea of History" is arguably one of the most important books in the 20th Century on history and the study of. The author attempts to get at what exactly it means when refers to ... Read full review

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The book is extremely easy to read; harder to understand. Some criticisms of the book are not up to the mark. Collingwood tells us in his book that,history is not a series of events in the past, but ... Read full review


INTRODUCTION fix The Philosophy of History I
2 Historys Nature Object Method and Value
GRECOROMAN HISTORIOGRAPHY i Theocratic History and Myth M

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