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Philosophy and the human sciences

@inproceedings{Taylor1985PhilosophyAT,
  title={Philosophy and the human sciences},
  author={C. Taylor},
  year={1985}
}
Acknowledgements Introduction Part I. Philosophy and Social Science: 1. Interpretation and the sciences of man 2. Neutrality in political science 3. Social theory as practice 4. Understanding and ethnocentricity 5. Rationality 6. Foucault on freedom and truth Part II. Political Philosophy: 7. Atomism 8. What's wrong with negative liberty 9. The diversity of goods 10. Legitimation crisis? 11. The nature and scope of distributive justice 12. Kant's theory of freedom Index. 
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