Definition of History

Here area some of the understandings of history.

History is a narration of the events which have happened among mankind, including an account of the rise and fall of nations, as well as of other great changes which have affected the political and social condition of the human race.—John J. Anderson. 1876. A Manual of General History.

History is not what you thought. It is what you remember. All other history defeats itself.—W. C. Sellar and R. J. Yeatman. 1930 Preface, 1066 and All That.

History, Stephen said, is a nightmare from which I am trying to awake.—James Joyce. Ulysses. 1922(1988) Published by Oxford University Press. P. 34

History not used is nothing, for all intellectual life is action, like practical life, and if you don’t use the stuff well, it might as well be dead.—Arnold J. Toynbee April 17, 1955.

 

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