American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Ranke, Leopold von 1795-1886. German historian who pioneered the modern methods of rigorously analyzing firsthand documentation. His works include The History of the Popes (1834-1836).
“In words that recall Ranke's motto he declared that, though a Protestant, he would be impartial and set forth simply”
“_ "Ranke," Gregor shouted across the bridge, "get the signal books from the charthouse.”
“Ranke," said Haber, shaking his head, "we all know the navigational situation is critical.”
“In the 1820s, the German historian Leopold von Ranke had pioneered the use of documents to reconstruct past events.”
“Instead, he believes, like the 18th-century German polymath J.G. Herder, that "history was the history of culture, that culture was indivisible, organic, that the past was to be respected on its own terms, not judged by the present: that, as [Leopold von] Ranke put it, all periods are equal in the sight of God.”
“In 1870, as the railroad enlarged its grip on warfare, Leopold von Ranke, so great a historian as to be called “forever the Head of the Profession,” solemnly announced that Germany was “fighting Louis XIV!””
“There are notes on Ranke and some useful links here. eBay”
“Analizando a varios autores, como Ranke, Michelet, Burkhardt y otros, White se concentró en estudiar de qué manera cada autor escribió sus obras y cuál fue la razón para hacer eso.”
“Balsamo or Ranke should answer here. by Brian Good on Friday, Aug 28, 2009 at 7: 53: 10 PM”
“Nevertheless, Ranke and Marquis acknowledge it is still quite controversial to claim, as they do, that”
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