Social Science: Philosophical and Methodological Foundations

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Passim indicates numerous references within page range
Actor Network Theory (ANT) 143, 150
Adam, B.172
Adorno, T. 74, 75–6, 77, 84–5, 87, 90, 115
agency 71, 73, 107, 127
alienation 68, 77, 78–9
Althusser, L. 106
America see United States; named individuals
anomalies in science 35–6
anti-scientism 42, 110
Apel, K.-O. 44, 61, 83, 93–102 passim, 139, 166, 168, 170
Aristotle/Aristotelianism 14, 94, 159, 160–1
autopoietic constructivism 141–3, 144
autopoietic system 168, 169
Axelrod, R. 133
Ayer, A. 32
Bacon, F. 15, 16, 18
Bacon, R. 14–15
Barthes, R. 108, 109
Baudrillard, J. 114, 116
Bayle, P. 65
Beck, U. 6, 129–31, 149, 151–2, 167–8, 169
and Bonss, W. 155, 166
Berger, P. and Luckmann, T. 139–40
Bernstein, R. 37, 98, 101
Bhaskar, R. 40, 137, 146–9, 150–1
biography 50, 53
Blau, P. 133
Bloor, D. 140
Bohman, J. 170–1
Bohme, G. 154
Bourdieu, P. 106, 127, 128, 131–2, 149, 168
Britain 26–7, 103, 109 see also Scotland; entries beginning English; named individuals
Brown, R. H. 169
capitalism 69–70, 74, 78–9, 115
Cartesian rationalism see Descartes, R./Cartesianism
Cassirer, E. 44, 58
Castells, M. 120–1
Chicago School 28, 83
Christian Church and rationalism 15–18
Cicourel, A. 121
class 79, 68–71, 116
cognitive interest of science 91–2, 93, 94
cognitive social science 144–5

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