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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hindsight_bias

Hindsight bias, also known as the knew-it-all-along effect or creeping determinism, is the ... Such examples are present in the writings of historians describing outcomes of ..... People try to make sense of an event that has not turned out how they ..... "The effects of mental contamination on the hindsight bias : Source confusion ...

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 'patent recipe' for dealing with problems of bias in sources.

www.answers.com/Q/Because_all_sources_are_biased_historians_approach_sources_with_a_what

How do historians try to address the bias of all sources? Cross-checking sources against other evidence. However, there's no 'patent recipe' for dealing with ...

www.answers.com/Q/What_does_the_Bias_rule_recognize_about_all_sources

How do historians try to address the bias of all sources? Cross-checking sources against other evidence. However, there's no 'patent recipe' for dealing with ...

thedailyjournalist.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/Bias.pdf

tion, and in historical explanation can all occur accidentally, by mistake, through an oversight. ... The only source of bias that historians cannot readily set aside is cul- tural bias, as I .... 6 The problem they address is that of cul- ture-wide bias. ..... tried to minimize the influence of the historian by letting past people tell their.

mhbeals.com/this-source-is-accurate-that-source-is-biased-a-re-examination-of-historical-pedagogy

Jun 6, 2014 ... Indeed, I would argue that all things are biased, especially clothing, but that is an ... and thankfully, most teachers do attempt to correct this obvious deviation from reason. ... Historians don't trust their sources, and they don't trust their own first impressions. .... Post was not sent - check your email addresses!

battleoffranklin.wordpress.com/2012/11/07/do-all-historians-have-bias-and-does-it-impact-their-doing-history

Nov 7, 2012 ... All historians have biases (and so does everybody else). How it affects one's interpretation of the sources depends on what the bias is. ... They are human, and no one is immune the bias or prejudice, however hard we may try to eliminate it .... Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive ...

www.manhattanprep.com/lsat/forums/q12-no-matter-how-conscientious-t5849.html

Weaken (it looks like Flaw, but all five answers are prefaced by "fails to consider the ... Conclusion: Historians should try to interpret what eyewitnesses thought ... Evidence: Historians always have biases that affect their work. ... first one ... choosing between two potentially flawed sources of interpretation, ...

uloom.com/dibaj/article/131110501

Carr's claim that all historical facts are susceptible to the historian's bias puts ... it is the historian who dictates what constitutes history as opposed to the source ...