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History

Each generation has seen a ‘turning point,’ asked similar questions to their forebears and often repeated the mistakes of the past. Part of the cause for this repetition of error is, as R. G. Collingwood noted, we too often ask the wrong questions by only enquiring about what people did not what they thought. In such a context we often give the right answer to the question, but, because it is the wrong question, fail to resolve the issue which persists for the next generation.
History
Aug
06

I Saw The World End

1 min read
Aug
03

Late Abroad Again

3 min read
Jul
29

Armada

1 min read
Jul
14

Fête Nationale

2 min read
Jun
18

The Struggle is Topic

1 min read