By Henri-Irénée Marrou
De l. a. connaissance historique"Un livre capital." Philippe Ariès"Il s'agit ici d'un essai qui est une manière de chef-d'oeuvre. Sérieusement, je ne crois pas avoir rien lu d'aussi complet ni d'aussi précis sur le travail de l'historien ; et plus d'une web page en va singulièrement loin dans le mystère de l. a. connaissance de l'homme par l'homme." Henri Rambaud"Un tel livre n'est pas seulement castle utile pour les étudiants d'histoire, il devrait être un maître-livre pour quiconque veut vraiment prendre sense of right and wrong des problèmes historiques d'hier et d'aujourd'hui." Michel Carrouges"Rarement une exploration en profondeur des possibilités de l'histoire avait été conduite aussi loin." Marcel Brion
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