Towards a Rational Historiography : Transactions, American Philosophical Society (vol. 79, Part 3)
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Yayıncı American Astrologers Federation ( 01 / 1989 ) ISBN 9781422381960 | 20 x 27 cm | İngilizce | 68 Sayfa | Türler Tarih Çalışmaları
This is a Print-On-Demand publication. Gossman maintains that underlying the argument that historiography cannot be subsumed under a poetics or a rhetoric (in the sense of a system of purely linguistic or literary tropes) is a larger claim, namely that a wide range of activities, from literary criticism, through legal debate, theology, ethics, politics, psychology, and medicine to the natural sciences, all constitute rational practices, even if there is considerable variation in the degree of formalism and rigor and in the type of argument most commonly employed in each of these different of fields of inquiry. Hence Gossman emphasizes the practice or process of doing history rather than the product. What appeals to him in the idea of reason as a practice is its open, liberal, and democratic character. Historiography as a rational practice supposes a community of participants rather than the anomie of a world in which every man is his own historian or, at best, the relation of hero and follower that appears to be implied by privileging the historical text.