Book Reviews

The killing of History: why relativism is wrong

By Roger Kimball ● The New Criterion ● 02/01/2018


[Keith] Windschuttle is right that The Killing of History is not “yet another boring book about theory.” His focus throughout is firmly on the discipline of history: on what it should be and how those who deny the claims of empirical truth undermine the core of historical analysis.

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