Homo historicus. К 80-летию со дня рождения Ю.Л.Бессмертного. В двух книгах
The article elucidates a long tradition, represented by some medieval writers, according to which each emperor of the Holy Roman Empire, visiting Rome for coronation, had to receive his crown not from the hands of the pope, but from his bare feet.
Classification of historiographical sources is an important element of source studies of historiography, which uses the method of source studies for investigating the history of historical knowledge in the context of intellectual history. The article compares the classification of historiographical sources in sourse studies and classification of publications in System of standards on information, librarianship and publishing (SIBID). Match criteria – the purpose of creation/ publication. It uses sourse studies and bibliography.
The problem of correlation between the two types of historical knowledge – scientific and socially oriented – are considered through the opposition of two tendencies in the historical knowledge of 20 – early 21 century – fragmentation and the crisis of narrative/renarrativization. The study is realized on the basis of neo-classical phenomenological concept of historical knowledge and in relating of explication the strategies of history with the types of rationality / models of science. It is shown that at the turn of XX-XXI centuries the rapidly unfolding during the twentieth century the process of fragmentation of scientific historical knowledge, manifested in the formation of new disciplines/subdisciplines historical sciences, scientific areas and subject fields, is in clear contradiction with the process of renarrativization – the desire of a socially oriented history once again to take the form of large-scale – up to global history – narrative.