8 edition of In defense of history found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Ellen Meiksins Wood, John Bellamy Foster, editors.|
|Contributions||Wood, Ellen Meiksins., Foster, John Bellamy.|
|LC Classifications||D16.9 .I55 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||204 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||204|
|ISBN 10||0853459835, 0853459851|
|LC Control Number||97009239|
Evans's book has also been published in the U.S. as In D~fetue of History (New York, ) and in Germany as Fakten und Fiktionen: her dic~ Grundlugen historischer Brkerzntnis (Frankfurt, ). Joyce Appleby, Lynn Hunt, and Margaret Jacob, Telling the Truth about History (New York, ), The Defence of the Realm: The Authorized History of MI5, published in the United States as Defend the Realm, is an authorised history of the British Security Service (MI5), written by historian Christopher was commissioned in December to write the history for MI5's th anniversary in , and was given "virtually unrestricted access" to much of MI5's files, as well as "no Author: Christopher Andrew.
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The book gives an overview of some of the major movements in the study of history over the past years, but its primary objective is to defend history from postmodernists/5(57). History's claims to objective knowledge have recently been critiqued by post-foundationalists who argue that facts cannot exist outside of the "prison house" of language.
Richard Evans's In Defense of History not only defends historians from these fashionable barbs, but shows how the discipline is adapting to this assault on its empiricist base/5(29).
About the book: A master practitioner gives us an entertaining tour of the historian's workshop and a spirited defense of the search for historical truth. Carr's What Is History?, a classic introduction to the field, may now give way to a worthy successor/5(). Amid agonies of doubt about the future of history in a postmodern world, Evans, a historian of Germany (Cambridge University), confidently defends the autonomy of historical knowledge.
Amid an outpouring of dire warnings about the crisis in historical studies, he bracingly champions history’s enduring value even as its intellectual Author: Richard J. Evans. In Defence of History. In this volume, English historian Richard Evans offers a defence of the importance of his craft.
At a time of deep scepticism about our ability to learn anything from the. In Defense of History brings together fine essays that speak directly to the underlying assumptions of postmoderism and offer a stunning critique of its usefulness in both understanding and critiquing the current historical epoch.
Richard J. Evans’ In Defense of History is a passionate defense of the work done by historians. In light of the postmodern shift there have been many philosophers and even historians who have argued that there is no way to do “objective” history. All historical reconstruction is essentially narrative and the facts do not matter.
Books This article is more than 15 years old. In defence of history History is the continuance of the biological evolution of homo sapiens by other means. Secondly, the new evolutionary. This has brought me to "In Defence of History" by Richard J.
Evans. It provides an opportunity to compare the ways of the historian with those of my area of science. In his introduction Evans makes clear the book is a response to postmodernist criticism of historical practice. In this volume, English historian Richard Evans offers a defence of the importance of his craft.
At a time of deep scepticism about our ability to learn anything from the past, even to recapture any serious sense of past cultures and ways of life, Evans shows /5(47). In defense of history. Evans (history, Cambridge Univ.) defends traditional history against the onslaught of postmodernist theories, which hold that ultimate historical truth is not only 3/5(2).
The book defends a conservative approach to history. The book's concept of a fact is untenable. The book misunderstands key arguments of the postmodernists.
Description of the book "In Defence of History": In this volume, English historian Richard Evans offers a defence of the importance of his craft. Samuel Walkers book fleshes out the gray in those black and white statements.
'In Defense of American Liberties is as complete a history as I found available on the subject of the ACLU. What you get between the covers is the complexity of an organization to defend the rights of all Americans/5.
In Defense of History by Richard J. Evans and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at - In Defense of History by Evans, Richard J - AbeBooks Passion for books. Introduction i This book is about how we study history, how we research and write about it, and how we read it.
In the postmodern age, historians are being Author: Richard J. Evans. In defense of history. [Richard J Evans] -- In his compact, spirited survey, Richard J. Evans shows us how historians manage to extract meaning from the recalcitrant past.
History's claims to objective knowledge Free shipping over $Cited by: Taking as his basepoint the theoretical overview provided by E. Carr's What is History?, Richard J.
Evans writes a robust defence of 'traditional' history against the misguided and self-congratulatory theorising of postmodernist argues that history can be objective in its interpretations and ambitious in its scope, whereas the postmodernists argue that history is always /5(2).
Although originally written fifteen years ago, Richard Evans' In Defence of History is still a book I would recommend to both students of history, and those simply curious about the possibility of historical knowledge.
Evans, contrary to various postmodern thinkers hoping to cast doubt on the possibility of objectivity in history, argues that.In defense of history. [Richard J Evans] -- Following in the steps of E.H. Carr's classic What Is History?, Richard J. Evans shows us how historians manage to extract meaning from the recalcitrant past.
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