Relations of History and Theory

@inproceedings{Clark1942RelationsOH,
  title={Relations of History and Theory},
  author={Jean M. Clark},
  year={1942}
}
by similarity in situations, or especially by the personality of the man. The analogy to the "style" of an artist, let us say a painter, pervading his various works, comes inevitably to mind. In many cases, the ultimate unit for study, if the activity is to be portrayed and made intelligible, must be much narrower. There is room for monographs on the way in which particular critical situations have been met, especially, of course, in connection with starting a new enterprise or a fundamental… CONTINUE READING