A Leading Intellectual Member Of France S Freudian School, Michel De Certeau Combined Principles From The Disciplines Of Religion, History, And Psychoanalysis In Order To Redefine Historiography And Rethink The Categories Of History In The Writing Of History, De Certeau Examines The West S Changing Conceptions Of The Very Role And Nature Of History Itself, From The Seventeenth Century Attempts To Formulate A History Of Man To Freud S With Which De Certeau Interprets Historical Practice As A Function Of Mankind S Feelings Of Loss, Mourning, And Absence Exhaustively Researched And Stunningly Innovative, Is A Crucial Introduction To De Certeau S Work And Is Destined To Become A Classic Of Modern Thought.
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- The Writing of History
- Michel de Certeau
- 02 March 2018 Michel de Certeau