THE IDEAL OF SOCIAL SCIENCE

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There is one major problem with this conception of the study of human behavior.

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THE IDEAL OF SOCIAL SCIENCEBy this rigorous process it was thought, hypotheses about human life could be confirmed or falsified. Foundational truths about human life and behavior could be discovered and built upon. There is one major problem with this conception of the study of human behavior. Briefly, it might be expressed as follows: Human behavior is the result of the meaning-creating capacity of the human mind and is much more a product of human thinking than human instinct. Furthermore, a variety of influences have an impact on how humans think (and therefore on how they feel and wh

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