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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 ...

www.answers.com/Q/How_do_historians_try_to_address_the_bias_of_all_sources

Why is Bias important to Historians? ... Historians bias rule is a guideline that recognizes that all sources? ... All historians are people, most if not all people are biased, therefore, most history is ... That every source is biased in some way. Edit.

pages.uoregon.edu/kimball/ways.htm

By its very nature, it is the most human of the humanities. History ... 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. .... A primary source may not correspond at all to what actually happened, and, even if it did, ...

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.

nelc.uchicago.edu/sites/nelc.uchicago.edu/files/Donner%20HBQ.pdf

The Qur'ān, unfortunately, offers few decisive clues that suggest anything precise about ... and the Syriac language were in some still undefined way an important part of ... narrative as a contextualization for the Qur'ān, most Western scholars have .... chronicles like those of Sebeos and John Bar Penkaye, all sources known ...

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Jan 4, 2012 ... The second recommendation concerns the need for archivists to seek the help of ... More important than these factors seems to be the opportunities ... up their catalogs and finding ways for users–all users–to contribute knowledge. ... in which Blouin and Rosenberg suggest we need help from historians.

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 ...

edgyhistorian.blogspot.com

There is one very important caveat to my general recommendation that the aim of history ... In some ways, it relates to the areas where there is still much to do in compiling ... In all these cases, it is for the more powerful to forget first. ... and one of the most common ways of organising such annalistic sources was by consul.

www.firstthings.com/article/2005/06/crusaders-and-historians

Jun 1, 2005 ... Some of the best historians in the world have focused their efforts on learning ... Much still remains to be done, but the fruits of all of this research cannot be denied. We now know much more than ever before about the Crusades. ... As the title suggests, Thomas Asbridge's The First Crusade: A New History ...