By Philip Selznick
The e-book strikes from the animating ideas that make up the humanist culture to the values which are primary to the social sciences, studying the center teachings of those disciplines with recognize to the ethical concerns at stake. during the paintings, Selznick calls consciousness to the stipulations that have an effect on the emergence, attention, and decline of human values, delivering a helpful source for students and scholars of legislation, sociology, political technological know-how, and philosophy.
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A Humanist Science: Values and Ideals in Social Inquiry by Philip Selznick