Lord Acton on the Historian

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Dr. Josef L. Altholz describes Acton's rigorous approach to the historian's vocation, especially focusing the historical project in relation to religion and liberty.

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In this essay Dr. Josef L. Altholz, a leading Acton scholar, describes Acton's rigorous approach to the historian's vocation, especially focusing on his view of the historical project in relation to religion and liberty. Altholz examines Lord Acton's views on truth and truthfulness, as well as Acton's differing opinions and eventual departure from his mentor, Ignaz von Dollinger. With an introduction by Ralph Riaco.

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