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historism

(ˈhɪstəˌrɪzəm)
n
a variant form of historicism
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historism

historicism.
See also: History
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historisme
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The interest to write "history" in a modern sense only started in modern Europe in the era of historism. For the Ancient Near East, the normative time was the past and any changes had to be found in the past or the beginning of creation.
Sobre el concepto "historicismo" o "histerismo" afirma Friedrich Meinecke en su monumental Historism: The Rise of a New Historical Outlook, que: "The essence of historism is the substitution of a process of individualising observation for a generalising view of human forces in history" (lv; enfasis en el original) (2).
Siegel, Historism in Late Nineteenth-Century Constitutional Thought, 1990 Wis.
I believe most areas of science, including ecosystems science and social science, can fit with them, based on hermeneutics, historism and holism.

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