Le temps chez les historiens: un impensé? [Historians’ Time: Something Unthought?]
AbstractHistorians have long used founding concepts of their discipline without questioning their relevance. So it is with time, a cardinal concept for historians who have the change as their privileged object. The current reflexive moment of historical practice becomes favorable to bring out this notion of temporality from its unthought-of dimension. Psychoanalysis can make its contribution to the historian in this respect so that he abandons his teleological illusions and takes into account the heterochrony inherent in a fundamentally layered temporality of different strata, which is not linear in any way.
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