Methodology of the Social Sciences

@article{Mitrany1945MethodologyOT,
  title={Methodology of the Social Sciences},
  author={D. Mitrany},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1945},
  volume={156},
  pages={278-279}
}
  • D. Mitrany
  • Published 1945
  • Sociology
  • Nature
  • PROF. F. KAUFMANN, formerly of Vienna and now at the New School of Social Research in New York, has long been concerned with problems of methodology. Here he attacks the most difficult of them, the methodology of the social sciences, though only in the second and shorter half of the book. In the first half he surveys the general problems of scientific method, because of his belief that its chief issues are broadly identical in the natural and the social sciences, the difference between them… CONTINUE READING
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