The Fragility Of Historical Knowledge: The Case Of Lorenzo Boturini In Mexico

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In the modern era we like to think of knowledge as something indelibly fixed and permanent.  We take it for granted that it will always be here, like the Great Pyramid, and are apt to overlook the bitter struggles that our ancestors may have endured to acquire such knowledge.  Information has not always been as … Continue reading The Fragility Of Historical Knowledge: The Case Of Lorenzo Boturini In Mexico

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