Историографија

Историографија, у ужем схватању је скуп истраживања у историји, посвећен одређеној теми или историјском периоду (на примјер насељавање Срба на Балканско полуострво), или збир историјских радова који имају идеолошко, лингвистичко или национално јединство (на примјер марксистичка, енглеска или француска историографија).[1][2]

Херодот, аутор прве потпуне историјске расправе, описивајући Грчко-персијске ратове.

Историографија, у ширем схватања је посебна историјска дисциплина, која проучава историју историјске науке. Историографија провјерава колико се тачно научних метода примјењује у писању историјских радова, фокусирајући се на аутора, његове изворе, одвајање чињеница из тумачења, као и стил, ауторову пристрасност.

Историографија је настала у Грчкој са Хекатејем Милетским и Херодотом. Херодот је дао објашњење зашто је написао своју Историју, рекавши да не жели да се ти људи изгубе у измаглици времена. Он је желио да сачува успомену на дјела почињена од стране Грка и Варвара. Мотиви за креативност других историчара антике ће бити другачији. Тукидид, на примјер, је настојао да покаже вјечну борбу за власт, по његовом мишљењу, једну од карактеристика људске природе. Полибије је тврдио да је крајња и највиша тачка свог развоја и историје цијелог свијета Римско царство. Тит Ливије је у историји тражио „модел за нас и нашу земљу“.

Значајни древни историографиУреди

Листа није исцрпна:[3]

Види јошУреди

РеференцеУреди

  1. ^ Ferro, Marc (2003). The Use and Abuse of History: Or How the Past Is Taught to Children. 
  2. ^ Candelaria, John Lee; Alporha, Veronica (2018). Readings in Philippine History. 
  3. ^ List of Ancient Greek and Roman historians (језик: енглески)

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