Historical Myth as Subject “Memory Studies”: in Search of Research Methodology
Historical Myth as Subject “Memory Studies”: in Search of Research Methodology
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S207987840002242-5-1
DOI
10.18254/S0002242-5-1
Publication type
Article
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Published
Authors
Daniil Anikin 
Affiliation: Saratov State University
Address: Russian Federation, Saratov
Abstract
The myth against the truth — this opposition arose in historical knowledge in the positivist period of the existence of this discipline. In article the problem of myths as natural elements of historical memory is considered. The main function of the myth consists in creation of simple and clear interpretations of historical events. This property leads to the fact that the historical myth it becomes frequent an element of ideological designs, designing a certain political and cultural identity. The concept of “the entangled history” allows to track dynamics of myths and to reveal contexts of folding of historical myths.
Keywords
myth, historical memory, methodology, the theory of history, the interconnected history
Received
17.05.2018
Publication date
30.07.2018
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