5 edition of Historical consciousness found in the catalog.
|Statement||John Lukacs ; with a new introduction by the author and a foreword by Russell Kirk.|
|Series||The library of conservative thought|
|LC Classifications||D16.9 .L83 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xlii, 411 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||411|
|LC Control Number||93048925|
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Historical Consciousness: The Remembered Past, by John A. Lukacs Professor Lukacs writes using his historical philosophy, rather than the usual and overworked philosophy of history.
This is one of his seminal works. He puts history into the human mind and discusses history as it is influenced by the human mind/5. It is Historical consciousness book book about thinking, one written long after Historical ConsciousnessHistorical Conciousness or the remembered past, the latter being a truly scholarly work that I characterize as must reading for any who want to better understand the world they live in.
A very small, insightful look into the sort of thinking presented throughout Lukacs 5/5(1). out of 5 stars Historical Consciousness Reviewed in the United States on J While studying for a Master's degree in history in the 90s, I found John Lukacs "Historical Consciousness" one of two influential contemporary history books (the other being Ernst Breisach's "Historiography") that influenced my views on historiography Cited by: Our understanding of the past shapes our sense of the present and the future: this is historical consciousness.
While academic history, public history, and the study of collective memory are thriving enterprises, there has been only sparse investigation of historical consciousness itself, in a way that relates it to the policy questions it raises in the present. One of the most important developments of Western civilization has been the growth of historical consciousness.
Consciously or not, history has become a form of thought applied to every facet of human experience; every field of human action can be studied, described, or understood through its history. In this extraordinary analysis of the meaning of the remembered past, John Lukacs. projects in historical consciousness over the last twenty-fi ve years.
An am-bitious study of the historical consciousness and political attitudes of nea teenagers, initiated by Magne Angvik and Bodo von Borries insurveyed students in twenty-fi ve European countries, as well as in Israel and Palestine.