Berlin, Isaiah
October 1972
Foreign Affairs;Oct72, Vol. 51 Issue 1, p11
Examines the development of historical studies in the 19th century. Causes of the emergence of historical consciousness; Impact of technology and the growth of large-scale industry on society; Man's views about their origins and the importance of growth, development and time; Theoretical significance to international relations.


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