Psychological dispositions and political attitudes
'The subtlety of Nature,' said Bacon, 'is a great many times more subtle than the subtlety of Logic.’ The complexity of the actual social world demands, not merely invites, empirical methods of investigation, which are indispensable for a proper understanding. In humane studies, deduction from first principles is a path that leads directly to error. An intuitive anticipation of what kind of things may be found, on the other hand, is likely to be an aid to scholarly investigation of...[Show more]
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