historický naratív

Historická narácia ako politický program. Analýza obrazov minulosti v programových textoch slovenského národného hnutia z rokov 1848 a 1861

Hollý, Karol

The author analyzes the program documents of the Slovak national movement as historiographical sources. He focuses on historical thinking of Slovak patriots in the year of revolution 1848 and then in the early 1860s. He compares the two fundamental political documents of the national movement, namely the "Requests of the Slovak Nation" (1848) and the "Memorandum of the Slovak Nation" (1861). In the later the Slovak politicians proposed a fundamentally different discourse in comparison to the "Requests" (1848).

Uhol pohľadu v súčasnej historiografii

Pomorski, Jan

The paper aims to give an outline of what the author considers to be the most influential tendencies in contemporary historiography, perspectivism being one of them. The text is divided into a theoretical and a practical part, where an example of a perspectivistic approach is given, commenting a recent work of Irmina Wawryczek of the Marie Curie-Skłodowska University in Lublin. To begin with, perspectivism has become one of the leading approaches in today's humanities, having roots already some centuries ago.

K problematike názorovej diferenciácie reflexií povahy historiografie

Šuch, Juraj

The author deals with the problem of different opinions regarding the nature of history. He presents an objection to the typology that distinguishes between ontological, epistemological, and linguistic paradigmes. From his understanding of the nature history, and Brian Fay`s typology, he distinguishes two poles: positons of constructivism and reconstructivism. In dealing with the problem of the nature of history, he considers five constitutive factors that where formulated by Jörn Rüsen.

Poučenie z krízového vývoja v stredovekej scholastike alebo esej o nás stredovekároch

Šedivý, Juraj

The author of this article notes that there are two groups of medievalists in Slovakia today – "the factographs" and " the annalists". One school usually doesn't recognize outcomes of the other and underrates them. According to the author this is not a correct concept for a historian, but it has attracted his attention as a phenomenon and therefore he examines dualistic and extreme perspectives of medieval historiography.

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