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A Dialogue with Jouni-Matti Kuukkanen

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The discussion of Kuukkanen’s book Postnarrativist Philosophy of Historiography (2015) is presented here in the form of a dialogue. The dialogue addresses the following five issues: 1) the kind of claims typically made in- and by the historical text, 2) narrativism and historical representation, 3) representational holism, 4) representationalism and non-representationalism and 5) the role of argument in historical writing. While agreement is within reach for the two participants in the dialogue in case of the two first issues, opinions begin to diverge with the third one. Disagreement boils down to the hierarchy between representation and argument: is representation the master that argument has to serve, or has representation nothing to add to what argument can and will give us?

Affiliations: 1: University of Groningen f.r.ankersmit@rug.nl

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