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Postnarrativist philosophy of historiography

From Analytic Philosophy of History to NarrativismEarly narrativistsNarrativismReading Hayden White and Frank AnkersmitThree Tenets of Narrativist Philosophy of HistoriographyRepresentationalismConstructivismHolismRepresentationalism and Non-representationalismArt or science?The problems of representationalismTowards non-representationalismReasoning in HistoriographyNarrative skepticism and narrative essentialismHistoriographical thesesMeaning in historiographyEvidence, reasoning and argumentative structureReasoning in Thompson's The Making of the English Working ClassReasoning in Christopher Clark's SleepwalkersConclusionColligationColligatory concepts in the philosophy of historiographyW. H. Walsh on colligatory conceptsTwo examples: The 'Thaw' and 'Christian Expansion'Reference and colligationColligatory classificationConclusionUnderdetermination and Epistemic ValuesEmpirical vindication?The justificatory role of epistemic valuesEpistemic valuesConclusionFrom Truth to Warranted AssertionThe correspondence theory of truth and truth-makersEpistemic authority and truthPragmatism and the meaning of truthWarranted assertionConclusionThe Tri-partite Theory of Justification of HistoriographyPostmodernismThree dimensions of evaluationQuentin Skinner's theory of speech actsThe argumentative context of the Great WarConclusion: justification in historiographyHistoriography between Objectivism and SubjectivismThe concept of objectivityThe object-side and the subject-sideSemantics of the 'real'Constructivism re-consideredRationality and transcendenceSituated universal rationalityConclusionCoda: Postnarrativist Philosophy of HistoriographyBibliography

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