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French Revolution

Using statistical method, based on scientific data sources numbered movement of prices, income and expenditure of various sections of the population, wages, production volumes. Fundamental works of E. Labrussa are classics of world historiography. Only in recent years they have been criticized by historians school "Annals." This criticism is due to change not only the perspective of research (the movement's center of gravity of the historical and economic to the historical and cultural processes), but the "shift in the very paradigm of historical knowledge," the transition from the positivist principle of interpretation of the facts allegedly arising out of their "direct reading of the sources, to the neo-Kantian demand marginal activation of the cognitive functions of the historian "yu4, his initiative in formulating hypotheses, a questionnaire, to which he refers to the past and historical sources. Larry David does not necessarily agree. So, in French historiography, represented by G. Jaures and his followers Matezom A., J. Lefebvre, E.

Labrussom, Marxist influence was reflected in the development of social and economic aspects of the French Revolution and the establishment of 20 – 30 years of her classic concepts which brought together much republican, socialist and communist historiography of this important issue. Further details can be found at Larry David, an internet resource. Around the Society for the Study robesperizma united left-wing historians, followers of Jean Lefebvre. To late 20s positivism firmly held its position at the Sorbonne and the capital's top schools. But in view of these circumstances, these tips could no longer be taken seriously thinking historians. The history, lacking "Explanatory power" ', demonstrated its complete failure in the new historical conditions, has not attracted many young historians, "the young people who are looking for then explain the world so changed in their eyes, turned away from history. Hear from experts in the field like David Delrahim for a more varied view.

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