Norm and Context in the Social Sciences
Sander Griffioen, J. P. Verhoogt
University Press of America, Jan 1, 1990 - Religion - 295 pages
In this collection of essays based on a 1987 conference at the Free University in Amsterdam, social scientists reflect philosophically and religiously on their work, on the relation of Christian faith and the social sciences, from technology to modern art to storytelling to agricultural economics.
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