5 edition of Herbert Butterfield found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited, with an introduction by Karl W. Schweizer.|
|Contributions||Schweizer, Karl W.|
|LC Classifications||Q125 .H559 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 138 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||138|
|LC Control Number||98040049|
George III and the Historians by Herbert Butterfield and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Professor McIntire disowns any claim to have written a conventional biography of the Cambridge historian Herbert Butterfield. His book is a detailed, scholarly study of the intellectual odyssey of a complex character, who wrestled all his life with the problems of writing history. As such it is not an easy read.
This book examines successive stages in the development of the thought of Sir Herbert Butterfield in relation to fundamental issues in the science of history. In a carefully nuanced way it lays bare the unspoken motivations and hidden tensions in Butterfield's debate with himself and with a host of contemporary historians in the period between Herbert Butterfield. This book is an extended version of the Wiles lectures given at the Queen's University, Belfast, in It illustrates the rise, scope, methods and objectives of the history of historiography. The topics selected for discussion give a general outline of the modern historical movement from the mid-eighteenth century to the.
-Preface: The Whig Interpretation of History Though Herbert Butterfield's specific target in this great essay is a whiggishness with which few of us will be familiar, so much of what he has to say is broadly applicable that it rewards reading even seventy years later.5/5. Buy George III and The Historians 1st Edition 1st Printing by Butterfield, Herbert. (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.3/5(1).
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Herbert Butterfield () was a British historian and philosopher of history, who also wrote The Whig Interpretation of History and The Origins of explained, "The Introduction and the seven chapters of this book are an amplified version of the six broadcast lectures delivered 5/5(5).
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In this intellectual biography—the first comprehensive study of Butterfield—C.T. McIntire focuses on the creative processes that lay behind.
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Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Sir Herbert Butterfield was Regius Professor of History and Vice-Chancellor of the University of Cambridge. As a British historian and philosopher of history, he is remembered chiefly for two books, a short volume early in his career entitled The Whig Interpretation of History () and his Origins of Modern Science ().
Over the course of his career, Butterfield turned increasingly to 4/5(2). 02 Herbert Butterfield () was an important British historian and religious thinker whose ideas, in particular his concept of a “Whig interpretation of history,” remain deeply influential.
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It examines ancient Egypt Pages: Sir Herbert Butterfield, historian, was born in Oxenhope, Yorkshire, on 7 October His father, Albert Butterfield, was forced to leave school at the age of ten because of his own father’s premature death and had been unable to fulfil his desire to train for the Methodist ministry.
Instead, he was employed as a clerk (later chief clerk) in a Keighley wool firm whose chairman gave both. Little did most of the accusers know that they were calling on the rhetorical power of Herbert Butterfield ().
Butterfield's Whig Interpretation of History made his name as a historian. Herbert Butterfield () was an important British historian and religious thinker whose ideas, in particular his concept of a “Whig interpretation of history,” remain deeply influential.
In this intellectual biography—the first comprehensive study of Butterfield—C.T. McIntire focuses on the creative processes that lay behind. Book Description: Herbert Butterfield () was an important British historian and religious thinker whose ideas, in particular his concept of a “Whig interpretation of history,” remain deeply influential.
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We have new and used copies available, in 1 editions - starting at $ Shop now.The origins of modern science: by Herbert Butterfield (Book) editions published between and in 4 languages and held by 3, WorldCat member libraries worldwide. Written by a young Cambridge historian, The Whig Interpretation of History () remains a well-known book.
Its author, however, is less well known and often poorly understood. The problem is not the lack of biographical material; Herbert Butterfield is the : Donald Wright.