James Harvey Robinson

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United States historian who stressed the importance of intellectual and social events for the course of history (1863-1936)


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Beard e James Harvey Robinson pugnaram por rejeitar o formalismo e o foco politico estreito de seus predecessores.
This year's James Harvey Robinson Prize was awarded to James A.
`Partisanship is our great curse,' wrote the American historian James Harvey Robinson. `We too readily assume that everything has two sides and that it is our duty to be on one side or the other.' In the modern world with all its complexities the truth of that statement is all too often demonstrated.
James Harvey Robinson was more comprehensive in The Mind in the Making: "There is nothing else anything like so interesting to ourselves as ourselves.
Among them is the classic The Development of Modern Europe (1907), written with <IR> JAMES HARVEY ROBINSON </IR> .