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When we are critical of a fashionable brand of scientism, we do not intend to belittle the necessity and actual power of the method of obervation.
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Secondly, we shall document the statement that the social scientist in talking about justice not only does not know what he is talking about, but is stirring up and adding to destuctive conflict.
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[...] whatever the cost, is comparable to the remarks of Nels Anderson about the development of the underdeveloped U.S.S.R.
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Almost inevitably, but certainly factually, the usurpation of the function of creator produces a consistenly negative attitude toward organized religion, which has for millennia offered its own conception of a Creator.17
Page 116: Footnote 4: bad quotation
4. “The Aims of the Society for the Study of Social Problems, "Social Problems, Vol. I (1953), pp. 2-3.
Page 174: par. 2: government
“Thank God that we don’t get as much gov-erment as we pay for”?
Page 177: Footnote 3: particles
For a critique of the recent fallacious notion, based on the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle, that atomic or subatomic partices have “free will,”
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Therefore, for an individual of any species, I hesitate to speak of ”optimum nurture” and of “design” for growth without a careful qualification of “optimum” and of “nurture.”
Page 200: Footnote 3: Philadelphia
(3rd ed.; Phila-dephia: W. B. Saunders Company, 1955).
Page 200: Footnote 6: Children
W. A. Ketcham, “Growth Patterns for Gifted Chidren,”
Page 230: par. 1: methodology
But if actual events can supply us guidance, we have not developed the methodogy for presenting our arguments so effectively and rationally that they will invite acceptance by all men [...]
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