Relativistic Naturalism: A Cross-Cultural Approach to Human Science

Relativistic Naturalism: A Cross-Cultural Approach to Human Science

Relativistic Naturalism: A Cross-Cultural Approach to Human Science

Relativistic Naturalism: A Cross-Cultural Approach to Human Science

Synopsis

In this broad-scale theoretical work, McLoughlin proposes a new set of disciplines for human science, based on a relativist view of knowledge and a naturalist view of human nature. McLoughlin addresses the major current issues of the philosophy of social science and designs his theory for cross-cultural application. He also offers an explanation of the relationships among the biological, psychological, and sociological sciences. Philosophers of science, especially social science, will appreciate this work, as will all scholars interested in the understanding and explanation of past and present human behavior.
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