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2019 | 32(1) | 13-32
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The Shape-Shifting Body of Historiography

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The Shape-Shifting Body of Historiography The basic purpose of this work is to juxtapose late 19th-century and early 20thcentury conceptualisations of time, cultural distance, a/historicism, agency, historical knowledge, causality, objectivity, scriptocentrism, mode of writing about the real, and space, as they surface in British historiography. These juxtapositions serve as the grounds on the basis of which the mechanisms that concatenate the transformation(s) of each of these notions are pinpointed. The end purpose of this work is to substantiate the thesis that the variety of the mentioned mechanisms disallows treating the late 19th-century and the early 20th-century British historiography as two contrastive bodies of ideas.
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