British Journal of Aesthetics 4 (3):240-247 (1964)

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Taking into account later facts when investigating earlier ones is advantageous, Even indispensable, To the historian for the purposes of (1) selecting from the past the most important events; (2) making himself understood to those he speaks to an writes for; (3) more effectively eliminating himself and his own view and perspective from his investigations. (staff)
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