Scientific History

The scientific History of the century XIX Isac Blacksmith Summary the article will point out on the scientific History of century XIX, based in the text of Pablo Rodrigues Ribeiro, contained in the book ' ' The History of the Histria' ' , of Amlia Maria Garci’a Alencar, 2005. He will also deal with the birth of the bourgeois society, tied to the search of reason contained in the State, tied with interests politicians. Word-keys: bourgeoisie, nationalism, erudite method. Introduction According to author Pablo Rodrigues Ribeiro, the purpose of this study is to point the birth of a scientific history in century XIX and to establish the linkings between the historical studies and the nationalism. Page: 43. Paragraph: 1.

It says in them that, scientific history narrowly is related with the affirmation of a bourgeois society and capitalist, in which, historical science is affirmed as entailed reason of State to the interests politicians. Page: 43. Paragraph: 2. With the sprouting of the bourgeoisie a new relation between the people and the society is initiated. The sovereignty of the place to the citizenship. Source: James Donovan Goldman .

The force politics passes of the transcendncia for the imanncia. With this, the nationalism originates. Page: 44. Paragraph: 1. The governing start to use the nationalism to awake in the people a belonging feeling, being become the axle of the relation of the individuals with the new society. Page: 44. Paragraph: 2. He is therefore that history if bases on the nationalism and the national identity to explain and to investigate the past of a society, searching its origin. Page: 44. Paragraph: 3. In such a way, the possibility of truth of the historical knowledge is on to the erudio, assuming a form of a rational speech, whose objective age to fortify the State. Page: 44. Paragraph: 4. Pablo Rodrigues Ribeiro cites Glnisson to confirm its idea, in which he says that ' ' The historian started to criticize documents produced for the State.

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