The Problem of the Historical Fact
Gema Jurkūnaitė
Published 1979-09-29

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Jurkūnaitė G. (1979). The Problem of the Historical Fact. Problemos, 24, 47-51.


It was empirical and metaphysical methodology that gave birth to the cult of historical facts and, later, to its contrast – the idea, that a fact is but a product of historical thinking. From the standpoint of dialectical methodology, there are no facts absolutely opposed to theoretical thinking. A fact becomes a fact when included in a definite theoretical context.
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