Machiavelli’s longest work is the Florentine Histories.
Fun history lessons for all the family, presented by Horrible Histories' Greg Jenner.
The decoherent histories approach that first appeared in Gell-Mann & Hartle (1990) contains similar ideas.
Banks have been slow to lend to small businesses and consumers, partly because they lack information about personal credit histories.
BBC Connected Histories is funded by a grant from the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC).
Work on environmental decoherence and that on decoherent histories tend to be unfortunately rather separate.
This is something that can be under-recognized in political histories, where the emphasis tends to be on material conditions and relations of power.
People are commissioning house histories for commercial reasons: a bit of history and story makes it much easier to sell, it attracts a certain buyer."
Histories that ignored British imperialism, she suggests, contributed to historical illiteracy as much as histories that defended it did.
In fact, there is nothing special about the life histories of any of the species in the case histories that make them especially vulnerable to extinction.
It ranged from histories of journalism to texts for reporters and photographers and books of conviction and debate by journalists on journalistic capabilities, methods, and ethics.
General histories include Gavan Daws, Shoal of Time: A History of the Hawaiian Islands (1968, reissued 1974), one of the best single-volume histories of Hawaii; Ralph S.
Because the activities of artists are inevitably the central subject of most histories of the arts, such histories generally include formalistic analyses of artistic works.
In turn, based on Okon and Sudarsky’s criticism, Marcelo Losada and Lombardi (2018) defend a “formalism of contextual histories” which is free from the shortcomings of Griffiths’s proposal.
While the Histories provides broad background and engaging stories about the early Frankish world, the Clovis of the Histories is more a literary fiction than a historical reality.
In the special cases in which the interference terms vanish for any pair of distinct histories, we say that the set of histories satisfies the consistency or (weak) decoherence condition.
The histories they have studied and texts they have read were virtually all about or by white men, so they also know nothing about the history of women or the histories of people of colour, either.
In the article that follows the term ‘consistent histories’ will generally be abbreviated to ‘histories’, since the ‘decoherent’ and ‘consistent’ interpretations are very similar; when in doubt insert ‘consistent’ before ‘histories’.
A generalization of decoherence lies at the heart of an approach to the interpretation of quantum mechanics that goes by the name of decoherent histories approach (see the entry on the consistent histories approach to quantum mechanics for an overview).
However Dr Moody added: “Once we understand statues and memorials as products of their time, about a whole host of ulterior motivations, and having had histories of contest around them for many years; removing them is much less about ‘forgetting’ histories of slavery and empire than it is rethinking the ways these difficult pasts are represented”
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However Dr Moody added Once we understand statues and memorials as products of their time about a whole host of ulterior motivations and having had histories of contest around them for many years removing them is much less about forgetting histories of slavery and empire than it is rethinking the ways these difficult pasts are represented