Historical Revisionism

Written By Michael Reign on Tuesday, October 2, 2012 | 7:56 PM


The concept of revisionism, in the historical sense, exists as a reference to a chronological sequence of events during a particular juncture in the fabric of time. Acknowledged as reinterpreted occurrences throughout the course of history dictated by the legitimate scholastic re-examination of existing knowledge/ documented information concerning a particular event.

* LAYMAN’S SYNOPSIS - by Michael Reign - The concept of historical revisionism by itself is markedly absentia of any inherent degree of deception. In layman’s terms, revisionism is simply the recreation of a historical event with the inclusion of factual documentation not previously acknowledged. When historical revisionism becomes illegitimate in any sense, it loses its credibility, thus lending itself more towards the characterization of negationism.
Share this article :

0 comments:

Speak your mind and let your voice be heard.

This is a censorship free discussion area.

 
Support: Creating Website | Johny Template | Mas Template
Ωmnibus ™ and © Michael Reign. All Rights Reserved.
Template Created by Creating Website Published by Mas Template
Site modifications and enhancements by Michael Reign c/o Legerdemain Technologies