Empathy and History

Historical Understanding in Re-enactment, Hermeneutics and Education
by Tyson Retz (Author)
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Empathy and History offers a comprehensive and dual account of empathy’s intellectual and educational history. Beginning in an influential educational movement that implanted the concept in R.G. Collingwood’s re-enactment doctrine, the book goes back to reveal the fundamental role that empathy played in the foundation of the history discipline before tracing its reception and development in twentieth-century hermeneutics and philosophy of history. Attentive to matters of practice, it illuminates the distinct character of the historical context that empathetic understanding seeks to capture and sets out a new approach to empathy as a special variety of historical questioning.

Publication date
June 15, 2022
Publisher
Collection
Page count
256
ISBN
9781785339202
Paper ISBN
9781785338946
File size
1 MB

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