Readings in the Philosophy of Social Science
Michael Martin, Lee C. McIntyre
MIT Press, 1994 - Science - 785 pages
This is the first comprehensive anthology in the philosophy of social science to appear since the late 1960s. Covering all of the major areas in the discipline, it will serve as the standard source for scholarship in the field and could be used as the basis for an entire course.The anthology offers one complete, convenient, and well-chosen selection of readings, plus three specially commissioned articles that encompass the entire range of topics in the field and cover both sides of currently hot debates about explanation, methodological individualism, and the special sciences. The introductions to each section provide a map through the discipline.Michael Martin is Professor of Philosophy at Boston University. Lee C. McIntyre is Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Colgate University.Sections cover: Explanation, Prediction, and Laws. Interpretation and Meaning. Rationality. Functional Explanation. Reductionism, Individualism, and Holism. Objectivity and Values. Problems of the Special Sciences.Commissioned articles: Taylor on Interpretation and the Sciences of Man Michael Martin. Microfoundations of Marxism, D. Little. Evidential Constraints: Pragmatic Empiricism in Archaeology, A. Wylie.
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Introduction to Part I
What Would an Adequate Philosophy of Social Science Look Like?
Introduction to Part II
Introduction to Part VI
Methodological Individualism Reconsidered
Introduction to Part VII
Introduction to Part III
Introduction to Part IV
The Status of Rationality Assumptions in Interpretation and in the Explanation
Introduction to Part V
Introduction to Part VIII
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