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ZEMELMAN, Hugo. The Epistemic Implications of Historical Thinking from the Perspective of the Subject. Desacatos [online]. 2011, n.37, pp.33-48. ISSN 1405-9274.

One of the most significant implications of historical thinking is the empowerment of the subject, assuming as a prospect for change to meet the demand posed by the reality. Then it will recognize what is historically necessary, and breaking-off the limits in search on the unpublished thing. Becoming the historical reference point to think of subjects to give meaning and direction to their actions, according to the possibilities of development and depending on the project from which the potentials are read.Will the potential, among others, the epistemic implications of the act of thinking, for a subject historically and politically situated.

Keywords : empowerment; historical thinking; necessity; re-positioning of the subject; historical consciousness.

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