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MICHEL FOUCAULT
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BEGINNING
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Definitions

  1. Historians are divided as to whether or not gas was in fact used[5]. (Web site)
  2. Historians are unanimous in their opinion that Constantine the Great was the first Christian Emperor of Rome.
  3. Historians are able to use this evidence in combination with the primary sources they have such as Herodotus, Thucydides, Xenophon, etc.
  4. Historians are divided in opinion as to whether they should designate him a knave or a madman. (Web site)
  5. Historians are almost unanimous in dating this papyrus to the very beginning of the Middle Kingdom. (Web site)

Origins

  1. The origins of Fra Dolcino and his real name are a subject of constant debate among historians. (Web site)
  2. Heron's origins were not recorded in ancient times, but a careful analysis of history allows historians to make conjectures about his origins.
  3. Its origins have been debated by archaeologists, historians and linguists since time immemorial. (Web site)

Researchers

  1. Historians, genealogists, and other researchers should keep in mind that gastroenteritis was not considered a discrete diagnosis until fairly recently. (Web site)
  2. The University of Southern California and the Los Angeles City Historical Society are building a database for historians, librarians and researchers.
  3. To uncover the truth Dan and Nat talk to local historians, researchers and descendants of the Beast's victims. (Web site)

Scientists

  1. In modern times, classical dualism has come under attack from Biblical scholars, church historians, philosophers, and scientists. (Web site)
  2. Scientists and historians know much more than they did about the Etruscans owing to recent advanced work involving forensics type investigation. (Web site)
  3. The participants included art historians, numismatists, archaeologists, scientists and scholars who spanned more than one discipline. (Web site)

Alexander

  1. Modern historians see the death of Alexander the Great in 323 BC as the beginning of the Hellenistic period. (Web site)
  2. Modern historians believe most of the phalangites did not wear heavy body armor at the time of Alexander.
  3. When people asked him how he had done it, he said (according to Greek historians) that he got the idea from Alexander. (Web site)

Reign

  1. However, historians believe the first emperor who actually existed was Emperor Ojin, though the date of his reign is uncertain.
  2. The reign of Suleyman, however, is generally regarded, by both Islamic and Western historians, as the high point of Ottoman culture and history. (Web site)
  3. Some historians say that Plock was the capital city of Poland during their reign (1080-1138).

Jews

  1. Simple indifference to the plight of Jews, according to many historians, also played a role in the events which led to the Holocaust. (Web site)
  2. Nevertheless, historians have been able to establish with convincing certainty that the order to exterminate millions of Jews came directly from Hitler.
  3. Jews and Soviet prisoners of war have long been recognized by historians as the primary groups targeted for destruction by Nazi Germany.

Nazis

  1. Some Jews and historians have argued Pius should have done more to prevent the deaths of 6 million Jews by the Nazis and their collaborators. (Web site)
  2. Will the historians of the future have to record that it was not the Nazis but the British ruling class which destroyed the British Empire". (Web site)
  3. This fact leads many historians to believe that Nazis actually set, or help set the fire. (Web site)

Written

  1. Kern's work demonstrates that all too often the history of anthropology is not written by anthropologists but by historians such as George Stocking. (Web site)
  2. The history of the Seventh Crusade was written by Jean de Joinville, who was also a participant, Matthew Paris and many Muslim historians. (Web site)
  3. This is a collection of essays by various writers who have either been or written about seminal art historians, philosophers, historians, critics, etc.

Book

  1. This book will be of interest to statisticians, mathematicians, undergraduate and graduate students, and historians of science. (Web site)
  2. Indispensible for collectors, historians and scale modellers alike, this book finally establishes a concise system of identification and terminology.
  3. This book lends new insight into young adult relationship patterns and will be of interest to sociologists, historians, and demographers alike.

Economic Historians

  1. It remains one of the most studied events of history to economic historians. (Web site)
  2. Surely the existence of Holocaust rents has not entirely escaped the notice of economic historians and theorists. (Web site)
  3. The general question and Weber's approach have remained important to recent works by economic historians for several reasons.

Economists

  1. The journal includes papers by economists, economic historians, demographers, geographers, and sociologists. (Web site)
  2. Economists are recognizing that virtue underlies a market economy; economic historians have long understood so in the lives of Quakers and the vital few.
  3. This will appeal to economists, especially economic historians, and will also be of interest to the financial community. (Web site)

Decline

  1. During the decline of the Roman Empire, Europe entered a long period of change arising from what historians call the " Age of Migrations ".
  2. Byzantine historians would often look back and lament the 'disaster' of that day, pinpointing it as the moment the decline of the Empire began. (Web site)
  3. The Battle of Vienna is seen by many historians as marking the beginning of the decline of the Ottoman Empire.

Roman Empire

  1. Historians from the time of the Roman Empire up to modern times have held strong opinions on the life and character of Gaius Marius.
  2. Some historians have cited this as a significant reason for the decline of the Roman Empire.
  3. If Constantius III had lived longer, many historians believe that the history of the Roman Empire in the West would have been much different. (Web site)

Extent

  1. However, the extent of Vermeer's dependence upon the camera obscura is disputed by historians. (Web site)
  2. A number of historians have expressed skepticism, backed up by historical study, regarding the extent of the so-called Nemmersdorf massacre in this context.
  3. To the extent that some historians even talk as if the history of Magadha is the history of India.

Considerable Debate

  1. There is considerable debate among historians about the historical basis of King Arthur.

Appian

  1. Appian of Alexandria (c.95-c.165) is the author of a Roman History and one of the most underestimated of all Greek historians.

Works

  1. A few modern historians have questioned Euclid's authorship of the Elements, but he is definitely known to have written other works, most notably the Optics.
  2. To many critics and historians these recent works are not as ambitious as Picasso's earlier productions. (Web site)
  3. The works of the historians belong to scholarly literature, those of the annalists (or chroniclers) to the literature of the people.

Livy

  1. Historians only know of two early works of Roman history, the history of Livy and the Roman Antiquities of Dionysius of Halicarnassus. (Web site)
  2. Thus ancient historians, such as Livy, explained all aspects of early Rome's internal political development in terms of a single sustained social movement.
  3. Rome's greatest poet, Virgil, said as much in his immortal epic, the Aeneid, and Roman historians, such as Appian and Livy, claimed the same. (Web site)

Social Scientists

  1. In our day, one of the greatest debates among philosophers, theologians, historians, and social scientists has to do with the question of human nature. (Web site)
  2. Among most social scientists and historians, logical positivism has long since fallen out of favor. (Web site)
  3. Major social scientists, historians and philosophers have also voiced similar sentiments in my time.

Archivists

  1. Maintains a Guia da Internet no Brasil for social scientists, historians and archivists.

Idea

  1. Mainstream historians generally dismissed the idea that there was more to the Mayerling Incident than a simple murder-suicide.
  2. Historians who have seen the Ottoman archival records or read the Turkish books on the Armenian Question do not accept the idea of a genocide.
  3. Historians of Late Antiquity, a field pioneered by Peter Brown, have turned away from the idea that the Roman Empire "fell" refocusing on Pirenne's thesis.

Ancient Greek Philosophers

  1. Cicero, like most of his contemporaries, was therefore educated in the teachings of the ancient Greek philosophers, poets and historians. (Web site)
  2. Little is known of early Zoroastrianism, and what is known is mostly from the accounts of ancient Greek philosophers and historians.

Archeologists

  1. Anthropologists, archeologists, linguists, historians, and all interested in the Nahua, are welcome to participate. (Web site)
  2. To elevate the confusion, historians and archeologists when writing about the history of Macedonia often use the term Macedonian Homeland. (Web site)
  3. The aim is to encourage dialogue among archeologists, historians and philologists in the Classical, Near Eastern and Anatolian traditions.

Students

  1. Art in America is edited for artists, art collectors, dealers, educators, students, historians and museum curators.
  2. Essential reading for historians, anthropologists, and students.
  3. Art historians, museum curators, students, and all those interested in Egyptian art will find this book an invaluable source of information. (Web site)

Professional Archaeologists

  1. Here you will find information for professional archaeologists and historians, for students of Roman archaeology and history, and for interested lay-people.
  2. Professional archaeologists and art historians had told the Pentagon of the danger of looting beforehand.

French Historians

  1. The legality of this vote has been contested by the majority of French historians and by all French governments after the war.
  2. French historians adopted fully the explanation of Caesar who stated that Gaul stretched from the Pyrenees up to the Rhine in the north.
  3. This move sparked debate among French historians, politicians, teachers, and representatives of former colonies, especially Algeria. (Web site)

Michel Foucault

  1. Michel Foucault and historians following his line of thought have argued that the homosexual is a modern invention, a social construct of the last 100 years.
  2. Other French historians, like Philippe Ariès and Michel Foucault described history of daily life topics such as death and sexuality. (Web site)
  3. This tale of Damiens' brutal execution, recounted in the opening pages of Michel Foucault 's Discipline and Punish has been disputed by numerous historians.

Rome

  1. Brennus is the name which the Roman historians give to the famous leader of the Gauls who took Rome in the time of Camillus. (Web site)
  2. It is believed by some historians (again, this is disputed) that Rome was under the influence of the Etruscans for about a century.
  3. It is believed by some historians (again, this is disputed) that Rome was under the influence of the Etruscans for about a century during this period.

Josephus

  1. Some historians, particularly Josephus,[20] claim that Claudius was directed in his actions by the Judean King Herod Agrippa. (Web site)

Historiography

  1. Category:Historiography contains articles about the study of history and historians.
  2. The historiography of the Crusades reflects attempts made by different historians to understand the Crusades' complex causes and justifications. (Web site)

Crusades

  1. Some historians -- particularly Crusades scholars -- consider the Crusades the single most important series of events in the Middle Ages. (Web site)
  2. It was in the eighteenth century that historians began to number the Crusades and, for good or ill, the convention stuck.
  3. The origin of the Crusades in general, and of the First Crusade particularly, is widely debated among historians.

Ethnologists

  1. The Photograph Study Collection was established as a research center for art historians and ethnologists. (Web site)

Folklorists

  1. Info here. Historians, folklorists, writers, and one alleged humorist.

Aesti

  1. Some historians think Aesti may refer to all peoples living at Eastern coast of Baltic Sea, including Estonians speaking language of Finnic group.

Tacitus

  1. Two historians have discussed whether we can be certain of a continuous Swedish ethnicity reaching back to the Suiones of Tacitus[3].
  2. Tacitus and Juvenal describe Domitian's reign of terror with bitterness, but modern historians recognize that he governed the empire well. (Web site)
  3. Tacitus located the East Germanic tribe of the Rugians in the area around Szczecin, as did modern historians. (Web site)

Beginning

  1. Some historians give the Battle of Adrianople as the end of Antiquity and the beginning of the Middle Ages.
  2. Most historians, including Edward Gibbon, date the defeat at Manzikert as the beginning of the end of the Eastern Roman Empire. (Web site)
  3. As historians of the Crusades begin to present their research to the general reader, the common caricature of these events is finally beginning to dissolve.

Kushanas

  1. Other dynasties that are considered imperial by historians are the Kushanas, Guptas, Vijayanagara, Hoysala and the Cholas. (Web site)

Napoleon

  1. Geyl's most famous book was Napoleon For and Against, an account of how French historians of different ages and views have regarded the French Emperor.
  2. Other historians reject this claim, pointing out it is unlikely that Napoleon was measured with a French yardstick after his death.
  3. Historians popularly recount how Napoleon studied Sun Tzu's military writings and used them to successfully wage war against the rest of Europe.

Musicologists

  1. Revival of interest in this extraordinary woman of the middle ages was initiated by musicologists and historians of science and religion.
  2. This definitive work will be of interest to musicologists, historians, teachers of music history, and anyone engaged in the study of music.
  3. Readership: Musicologists, historians (European history, cultural history, history of ideas), music lovers, orchestra musicians, and music students.

China

  1. Chinese historians believe that this incident was but one of the excuses Japan used to justify its 'peaceful' military campaign in China.
  2. After being overthrown in China by the Ming dynasty, the Yuan fled back to Mongolia and were subsequently known to historians as the Northern Yuan.
  3. Some historians maintain that Christianity was implanted in China not long after apostolic days. (Web site)

Dictating

  1. Some historians credit the different belief systems in China and Europe with dictating where the revolution occurred.

Birthplace

  1. The research of countless archaeologists, anthropologists, and historians point to Africa as the birthplace of the common ancestor of all humankind. (Web site)

Prophet Zarathustra

  1. Urmia, according to many historians, is believed to be the birthplace of the prophet Zarathustra, the founder of Zoroastrianism.

Suetonius

  1. For the opinions of the early historians before the time of Constantine, see Dio, Suetonius, Tacitus and Josephus. (Web site)
  2. Here Suetonius seems to have begun with Sallust, discussing the earlier historians in his introduction.

Plutarch

  1. Many more details of his life are recorded by later historians, such as Appian, Suetonius, Plutarch, Cassius Dio and Strabo.
  2. According to historians like Plutarch, he spent his teenage years roaming through Rome with his brothers and friends (Publius Clodius Pulcher among them).
  3. Roman historians like Suetonius, Tacitus, Plutarch and Josephus often spoke of "tyranny" in opposition to "liberty".

Ancient Historians

  1. However, many other ancient historians, like Plutarch and Arrian, maintained that Alexander was not poisoned, but died of natural causes.
  2. Tacitus, the most objective of ancient historians, did write a detailed history of Caligula, but this portion of his Annals is lost.
  3. He delves deeply into primary sources: Cicero, Caesar, Sallust, et al, along with all the ancient historians such as Plutarch, Suetonius, Dio Cassius, etc. (Web site)

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