DOI:10.2307/2504544
Corpus ID: 147025443
Rethinking Intellectual History and Reading Texts
D. Lacapra
Published 1980
Sociology

History and Theory
Over the last decade, intellectual historians have increasingly felt that their field is undergoing a crisis significant enough to reopen the question of the field's nature and objectives. Whatever… Expand
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