[Review of Ecclesiastical History of England, by John Stoughton]
Historiography, Progress, History of Science
Complains that none of the events discussed in John Stoughton's book are 'brought within the scope of the great European progress. No law of development is discernible in his pages. History under such treatment is a succession of casualties, and science and philosophy are what people happen to be thinking' (10).
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