Browse Dept. of Communication by Subject "Philosophy"
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(1990)The question of method is one of the central issues in the philosophy of the social sciences. A dominant view--positivism--argues that human behavior can be best explained by employing the methods of the natural sciences. ...
(1990)Since the rise of science, scholars have struggled to identify the unique and essential characteristics which demarcate science from other intellectual activities. This dissertation develops a view of demarcation as a ...
The spatial organization of culture, economics and politics: The architecture and political economy of Fordism and global Fordism (1994)Cultural Studies has developed a coherent set of analytical methods and political assumptions which are articulated to one another at the site of the text. The author disputes this articulation, arguing that in both method ...