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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Historical_method

Historical method comprises the techniques and guidelines by which historians use primary ... If the sources all agree about an event, historians can consider the event ... does not rule; even if most sources relate events in one way, that version will not .... The tradition must report a public event of importance, such as would ...

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Historical_reliability_of_the_Gospels

The historical reliability of the Gospels refers to the reliability and historic character of the four New Testament gospels as historical documents. Some believe that all four canonical gospels meet the five criteria for ... Historians often study the historical reliability of the Acts of the Apostles when studying the reliability of the ...

www.answers.com/Q/How_do_historians_try_to_address_the_bias_of_all_sources

Cross-checking sources against other evidence. However, there's no ... How is the bias rule important to historians? ... That every source is biased in some way.

pages.uoregon.edu/kimball/ways.htm

We often say that great figures make history, but in truth historians make history. ... Histories are self-consciously true as well as significant in some defined way. ... contrail of evidence, the second and central realm of discourse enumerated above. ... "Who says" is the initial question we should put to all sources, whether ...

www.britannica.com/biography/Xenophon

Greek historian and philosopher whose numerous surviving works are ... but then entered Spartan service for a war to liberate Anatolian Greeks from Persian rule. ... Commander) and Vectigalia (Ways and Means) suggest that Xenophon had a .... The most famous section is an account of how the rich Ischomachus trains his  ...

www.historians.org/jobs-and-professional-development/statements-standards-and-guidelines-of-the-discipline/statement-on-standards-of-professional-conduct

Some of the most important sections of this Statement address questions about ... All historians believe in honoring the integrity of the historical record. ... way to ongoing scholarly and public debates over what those sources tell us about the past. .... The second line of defense against plagiarism is organized and punitive.

www.usu.edu/markdamen/ClasDram/chapters/041gkorig.htm

That is, some ancient sources report that tragedy was the invention of a ... of drama, concluded in his famous work on drama and theatre, The Poetics, that ... Second, the Greek word tragoidia presents even more of a mystery. .... In other words, Aristotle was at some risk of making the same mistake all historians are: his ...

www.hamilton.edu/academics/centers/writing/writing-resources/writing-a-good-history-paper

A good thesis answers an important research question about how or why something happened. ... In general, the more sources you can use, and the more varied they are, the .... Some professional historians disparage popular history and may even .... (If ewe ken reed this ewe kin sea that a computer wood nut all ways help ...

ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/1369148

They suggest more about new methods and questions for historians to ... After all, secrets are just one way of protecting intellectual property; there are others, ... open source seemingly solves some of the most intractable problems that have ... Second, what is often seen as the open-source movement's most distinctive ...

plato.stanford.edu/entries/history

Feb 18, 2007 ... Second, historians often want to answer “why” questions: “Why did this event occur? .... What if the causes of some very large and significant historical events are ... What all of this suggests is an alternative way of thinking about history that .... Hegel's philosophy of history is perhaps the most fully developed ...