This chapter deals with some of the matters that arise under the ‘problem of proof’. The issue considered is how it is possible to establish true or at least acceptable accounts of past events. It argues that a certain conception of coherence is essential to the process of proving what was done or what happened, namely ‘narrative coherence’.
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