The counter-revolution of science: studies on the abuse of reason

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Free Press, 1952 - Social Science - 255 pages
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This is the only book I could find which examines the development of scientism in the 19th century, which itself did not propose religion as the alternative. That alone makes it worthy of praise ... Read full review

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Ever since the Marginal Revolution of 1870, in which Carl Menger was one of three economists who discovered separately the theory of marginal utility, there has been a methodological battle between ... Read full review

Contents

PART ONE SCIENTISM AND THE STUDY OF SOCIETY
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The Problem and the Method of the Natural Sciences
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HI The Subjective Character of the Data of the Social
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