The Never-Ending Quest Of Objectivity

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The intention of historians should be the never-ending quest of objectivity but in all reality human nature makes this an unobtainable goal. History being what we document as the truth of the passage of time and historiography being the methods used to obtain information it seems both have flaws in reaching the goal of complete objectivity. History during the ancient times seems to have been more of a tool used to influence people, promote oneself with the elite, or obtain stature and wealth. The methods used to obtain the history seems irrelevant because the intention of the historian was to create a history that supported a culture, entertained the people, or kept them in the good standing of a leader. This skewed objectivity in several

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