ABSTRACT. Collingwood views the world of natural science in terms of the search for generalizations and causal explanations, but take history to be concerned with particulars rather than universals. Collingwood attempted to integrate and understand human experience and knowledge, and to bring together history and philosophy in such a way that both would be preserved along with the culture they were meant to serve. Only limited generalizations, based upon the facts the historian has established my means of re-enactment, and circumstantially limited to distinct epochs, are attainable.



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