The Retabulism

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The Retabulism is a current of thought that formally asserts that History and Historiography commonly accepted, have been established for centuries on distorted foundations, garbled, or just completely fabricated. These [History and historiography] originate in the Middle Age, then set in printing in the Renaissance, become institutionalized in the quiet lounges during the Enlightenment, are prescribed in the chancelleries in the industrial era ; Finally, they popularized in all media in contemporary era. The Orthodox History [or formal] has long been a first set of "events" chronic collections to strategic goals [political, mercantile, hegemonic, etc.] that uses and abuses of facts that were never produced. Therefore, the Retabulism protests against this spirit of deceit, prefabricated. Beyond preconceived events, the retabulist action describes the circumstances of their production and even, it should reveal what really happened by using all the means that science makes available to discover the reality so the historical truth. Indeed, history is first retabulist knowledge of authentic events, then search their consistency [Harmony logical connection, no contradiction in their sequence, etc.] which exceeds the pure historiographical succession to form a coherent discourse : approximation, comparison, establishing causes chains, etc. The Retabulist shows that history has logic and the latter is that of a reality that is built up to its source and not endlessly reproducing historiographical artificial content. Beyond the dogmatic or historical dogmatism History [History orthodox or official and Historiography], can we glimpse the Retabulism a Counter-History, ie an overhaul of Humanities substrate ?

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The Retabulism

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ISBN : 978-2-322-10408-6
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Poids (gr) : 160
Nombre de pages : 144

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The Retabulism is a current of thought that formally asserts that History and Historiography commonly accepted, have been established for centuries on distorted foundations, garbled, or just completely fabricated. These [History and historiography] originate in the Middle Age, then set in printing in the Renaissance, become institutionalized in the quiet lounges during the Enlightenment, are prescribed in the chancelleries in the industrial era ; Finally, they popularized in all media in contemporary era. The Orthodox History [or formal] has long been a first set of "events" chronic collections to strategic goals [political, mercantile, hegemonic, etc.] that uses and abuses of facts that were never produced. Therefore, the Retabulism protests against this spirit of deceit, prefabricated. Beyond preconceived events, the retabulist action describes the circumstances of their production and even, it should reveal what really happened by using all the means that science makes available to discover the reality so the historical truth. Indeed, history is first retabulist knowledge of authentic events, then search their consistency [Harmony logical connection, no contradiction in their sequence, etc.] which exceeds the pure historiographical succession to form a coherent discourse : approximation, comparison, establishing causes chains, etc. The Retabulist shows that history has logic and the latter is that of a reality that is built up to its source and not endlessly reproducing historiographical artificial content. Beyond the dogmatic or historical dogmatism History [History orthodox or official and Historiography], can we glimpse the Retabulism a Counter-History, ie an overhaul of Humanities substrate ?
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Titre :

The Retabulism

Auteur :
Editeur (Livre) :
Date sortie / parution :
EAN commerce : 9782322104086
ISBN : 978-2-322-10408-6
Dimensions : 19.00x12.00x1.00
Poids (gr) : 160
Nombre de pages : 144
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