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Sociosphera

Publisher: Ltd. Research and Publishing Center "Sociosphere"

ISSN: 2078-7081

Started in 2010

Published quarterly

 

Basic concepts in the modern philosophy of social sciences

Kukarnikov D.G., Voronezh State University, Russia
Abstract
This article is devoted to the contemporary issues in the philosophy of social sciences. Basic models of social cognition (naturalism, antinaturalism, pluralism, critical approach) are analyzed here. The author investigates the main trends in the philosophy of social sciences and outlines perspectives of the future elaboration.

Keywords: naturalism, antinaturalism, philosophy of social sciences, pluralism, phenomenological sociology, ideal type, social reality, critical social science, explanation theory, concepts and methods, theories of scientific growth.

Column: Philosophy

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