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The Realness of Things Previous argues that we must see the peoples of the past on their accept as true with non-in sort phrases, of their accept as true with worlds of journey.

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Greg Anderson is a Professor of History at Ohio State University, where he has taught since 2005. He uses his work to encourage people to see that humans have always lived in a “pluriverse” of many different worlds, not in a universe of just one — and explore how this radical shift in perspective changes the way we think about life on earth in the past, present and future.

 

His book 
The Realness of Things Past argues that we need to study the peoples of the past on their own non-modern terms, in their own worlds of experience.

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