Science and Citizenship

  title={Science and Citizenship},
  author={V. Branford},
  journal={American Journal of Sociology},
  pages={721 - 762}
I. An eminent sociologist has recently spoken of the "bankruptcy of science as to any choice of ideals of life," and we are told that "sociology, no more than mechanics or chemistry, has any policy." That doubtless is the prevalent view in these reactionary time when apostasis from science is almost a fashion. The object of this paper is to maintain the contrary view. The logic of its argument may be open to revision; but the normal principle from which it starts will not be gainsaid. It is… Expand
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