Studies in Historiography

Momigliano, A.D.

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Momigliano, A.D.
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Book Description Book Condition: Antiquarian. Harper & Row, New York / Evanston, 1966. VIII,264p. Paperback. Small personal library mark and name on free endpaper. 'The central theme in this collection lies, I think, in this double concern for method and tradition. Despite Momigliano's claim, for him the conflict between the antiquarian and the historian is not dead, for it is bound up in a complex way with the relation between sociology and history. A tradition, parallel with the main stream of classical historiography and traceable as far back as Hippias of Elis, runs from the 'érudits' through the writers of 'Altertümer' and the systematic studies of Mommsen and Max Weber to sociology. It is the fusion of these two traditions which produces good history. Gibbon's example is as relevant today as it has always been. Certainly Momigliano himself is revealed in these essays as a happy blend of the antiquarian and the philosopher.' (OSWYN MURRAY in The Classical Review (New Series), 1967, p.199). From the library of the late Sir Kenneth James Dover. Antiquarian. Bookseller Inventory # 23722

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