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M. Peltonen Modernization Theory and the Problem of Historical Time

Опубликовано в журнале "Исторический журнал: научные исследования" в № 3 за 2013 год в рубрике "Теория и методология исторических исследований" на страницах 247-251.

Аннотация: The paper tries to assess the meaning of historical time in the framework of the modernisation theory. Historical time is a difficult concept (as are all concepts of time), because it is used implicitly and differs from physical time and calendar time. The notions of historical time are often discussed as periodisation and use quite abstract labels for long periods of time (e.g. Middle Ages, Modern Times). The paper considers important and changing ideas about the qualitative characteristics of various periods of time and of the transitions between them.

Ключевые слова: Modernization theory, historical time, modern society, industrialization, World-Economy.

DOI: 10.7256/2222-1972.2013.3.9056

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