Elıbol, Ahmet
September 2006
Ekev Academic Review;Fall2006, Vol. 10 Issue 29, p65
Academic Journal
As the west world's development foundations had been costituted along with the changes in in the perception of the phenomenons like god, nature, existence, knowladge, mind a period of the research upon social sciences and considering history a branch of science had begun.This article is an attempt of explanation how those changes had become a consequence of the accelerating increase of the social dimention of positivism and the role of history, based on the comprehention of history or rather it's role in introducing ideologies.It has been highlighted how in the context of those outlook changes the accuracy (sensitivity) of the methodology should be exposed, especially from the however subjective historian's point of view.


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