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Notes

  • 1. We thank Peter Seixas for his valuable comments.
  • 2. See also Seixas’ chapter “Historical Consciousness and Historical Thinking” in this volume.
  • 3. Recently, Lowenthal (2015: 14-15) mitigated this distinction.
  • 4. We thank Harry Jansen for drawing our attention to this issue.

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