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The Blackwell Guide to the Philosophy of the Social Sciences






Edited by
Stephen P. Turner and Paul A. Roth


Contents
Notes on Contributors vii
Introduction. Ghosts and the Machine: Issues of Agency,
Rationality, and Scientific Methodology in Contemporary
Philosophy of Social Science 1
Stephen P. Turner and Paul A. Roth
Part I Pasts 19
1 Cause, the Persistence of Teleology, and the Origins of the
Philosophy of Social Science 21
Stephen P. Turner
2 Phenomenology and Social Inquiry: From Consciousness to
Culture and Critique 42
Brian Fay
3 Twentieth-century Philosophy of Social Science in the
Analytic Tradition 64
Thomas Uebel
Part II Programs 89
4 Critical Theory as Practical Knowledge: Participants,
Observers, and Critics 91
James Bohman
5 Decision Theory and Degree of Belief 110
Piers Rawling
6 The Methodology of Rational Choice 143
Lars Udehn
7 Mathematical Modeling in the Social Sciences 166
Paul Humphreys
8 The Practical Turn 185
David G. Stern
9 Science & Technology Studies and the Philosophy of Social
Sciences 207
Steve Fuller
Part III Problematics 235
10 “See Also Literary Criticism”: Social Science Between Fact and
Figures 237
Hans Kellner
11 The Descent of Evolutionary Explanations: Darwinian Vestiges
in the Social Sciences 258
Lynn Hankinson Nelson
12 How Standpoint Methodology Informs Philosophy of Social
Science 291
Sandra Harding
13 Beyond Understanding: The Career of the Concept of
Understanding in the Human Sciences 311
Paul A. Roth
Bibliography 334
368
Index

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