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 OJPP  Vol.2 No.4 , November 2012
Truth, Narrative, and Opening Space
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Abstract: This paper identifies the difficulties in confronting novel history from both a rigorous scientific and artistic literary perspectives and suggests a practical reconciliation—in the form of a discussion and metaphorical opening space—between the two apparent poles of historical understanding and their accompanying genres, types, and tropes.
Cite this paper: Donnelly, M. (2012). Truth, Narrative, and Opening Space. Open Journal of Philosophy, 2, 213-218. doi: 10.4236/ojpp.2012.24032.
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