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|All Authors / Contributors:||
A L Macfie; University of London. Institute of Historical Research.
|Contents:||Preface Introduction The Place of History in Spinoza's Metaphysics; E.de Jonge Did the French Revolutionaries Have a Philosophy of History?; W.Scott Hegel's History of Philosophy: Some Critical Reflections; R.M.Burns The Concept of Civilization and the Problem of a Speculative Philosophy of History; L.Armour On the Role of Time in Collingwood's Thought; M.J.O'Neill Intertextuality, Time and Historical Understanding; E.O'Gorman Early Foucault and Transcendental History; B.Han-Pile Postmodernism, the End of History and Frank Ankersmit; K.Jenkins Postmodernism and the Politics of Historiography; O.Daddow Detachment Dispatch'd: History as Poetics; B.Southgate Postmodern Scepticism, Truth and History; J.Connelly Why All Historical Accounts are Inevitably Theoretical, but Why Some Accounts are Preferable to Others; M.Fulbrook The Manifold Paradoxes of Orientalism; A.L.Macfie Biography and History: Criticism, Theory and Practice; A.Muslow Getting Inside Heisenberg's Head; R.Monk Index|
|Responsibility:||edited by Alexander Lyon Macfie.|