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Relativity, Historicity and Historical Studies

Journal Article
Relativity, Historicity and Historical Studies
Arthur Chapman
One of the paradoxes of the growth of academic research in the humanities is the fact that increases in activity, that one might expect to lead to the consolidation of knowledge, often lead, instead, to a multiplication of approaches and perspectives.[1] Is history inherently relativistic then, multiplying its versions with its authors, and, if it is, does this matter?
Public History Weekly
6
9
2018
10.1515/phw-2018-11398
2197-6376
https://public-history-weekly.degruyter.com/?p=11398

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