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  Volume 5, Number 4, March 2004

Table of Contents

From: Historically Speaking

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Western Civ and World History: Conflicts and Complements

pp. 2-4
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How to Write the History of the World

pp. 5-7
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Islam: History's First Shot at a Global Culture?

pp. 7-10
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Telling it Like it Wasn't

pp. 11-14
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Is the Dark Light Enough?

pp. 15-16
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The New Counterfactualists

pp. 17-18
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When Do Counterfactuals Work?

pp. 19-20
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Counterfactuals and the Historical Imagination

pp. 21-22
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Alternate History and Memory

pp. 22-23
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Counterfactualism Defended

pp. 24-25
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Good History Needs Counterfactuals

pp. 25-28
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Response

pp. 28-32
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Truth and Ritual Judgment: On Narrative Sense in China's Earliest Historiography

pp. 32-36
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Europe and the People without Historiography; or, Reflections on a Self-Inflicted Wound

pp. 36-40
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Morality and Cognition in Historical Thought: A Western Perspective

pp. 40-42
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Letter

p. 42
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