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absolutely abstract action actually aesthetic analysis analyze applied assertion attain attitude Battle of Marathon causal significance causes character components conceived concepts concerned concrete conflict consequences construct correct course crete cultural sciences cultural significance decision derived discussion distinction Eduard Meyer empirical disciplines empirical science epoch ethical example existence fact factors formulation given goal Goethe harmonic music Heinrich Rickert heuristic historian historically effective human ical ideal type ideal-typical important imputation instance intellectual interest interpretation investigation judgment knowledge laws logical logical assertion logical disjunction matter means methodological multiplication table natural nomic normative ethics norms objective possibility obviously particular persons point of view political practical evaluations present presupposition principle problems progress propositions psychological question rational Realpolitik regard relationship relevant result scientific sense situation social sciences specific sphere standpoint subjective syndicalist task technical teleological term theoretical theory tion tive ultimate unambiguous understanding validity value-judgments value-relevance viewpoint