Category:Philosophy of social science
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Philosophy of social science as a term for an academic discipline, can be used in two different senses: it can mean a subfield in the philosophy of science with its own tradition and focus on those issues arising from the studies of society and human nature, such as methodological individualism/methodological holism, social ontology, objectivity and values, rationality, etc. The term can also be used as an umbrella category which refers to philosophical studies of all the social sciences broadly conceived, such as philosophy of economics, philosophy of sociology, philosophy of history, philosophy of anthropology, etc.
This category has the following 12 subcategories, out of 12 total.
- ► Philosophy of history (6 C, 19 P)
- ► Philosophy of law (18 C, 155 P)
- ► Rational choice theory (3 C, 27 P)
- ► Sociological theories (17 C, 200 P)
Pages in category "Philosophy of social science"
The following 29 pages are in this category, out of 29 total. This list may not reflect recent changes (learn more).