Social Theory as Science
This book, written by a philosopher interested in the problems of social science and scientific method, and a sociologist interested in the philosophy of science, presents a novel conception of how we should think about and carry out the scientific study of social life. This book combines an evaluation of different conceptions of the nature of science with an examination of important sociological theorists and frameworks.-- Publisher description.
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Positivist philosophy of science
Forms of conventionalism
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accept action activity agents analysis appearances argues argument aspects attempt beliefs capitalism capitalist causal causes chapter claims concept concerned consider constitute critical definition determined discussion distinction economic elements empirical entities especially evaluation examine example existence explanation explanatory fact function further give given historical human ideological important individual interest interpretation involved issues kind knowledge labour language latter laws linguistic logical Marx Marx's Marxism means mechanisms method methodological mode nature objects observable organization particular partly phenomena philosophy political position positivism positivist possible powers practice present problem production question rational realist reality reasons reference regard reification rejection relations relationship role rules says scientific scientific theories Second seen sense social science society sociology specific statements structure subjective suggest theoretical theory things truth types understanding universal values various Weber writings
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