Can you really believe in history?

Can you trust historians and the sources they use?

About the Book


Is history entirely true? No. It is not. History is idealized. It is a story that powerful actors write. For something to become true, it has to be accepted as true, but falsehoods have become true, after being repeated over and over. If you think history is definitive and completely objective, you are wrong. Read The Theoretical Foundations of History to discover what history's true nature really is. It should be a paradox.

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Introduction


Chapter 1 — The Nature of History


Chapter 2 — The Nature of Truth


Chapter 3 — Creating Truth


Chapter 4 — Secrecy


Chapter 5 — Sources


Chapter 6 — Cycles and Patterns


Chapter 7 — Language in History


Conclusion: The Purpose of History

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