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"Every work of history is at least as revealing of the person who wrote it, and of the period in which it was written, as it is of the events it portrays."
History, or accepted facts about the past, used to be considered a natural science of "how it really was" , thus a historical fact was equal to the fact of a natural science. However, scientific facts are independent of the scientist and modern historians have discarded Ranke's1 view. Some historical facts have a similar nature to that of scientific facts. The year in which Brazil was discovered or the name of Soviet Communist leader in 1940 can be considered independent of the historian. However, history is more than just these simple facts; it includes "the interpretation of these facts,…
- "Every work of history is at least as revealing of the person who wrote it, and of the period in which it was written, as it is of the events it portrays."
- Erceptions of History - "The Discovery" of America
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