2017
DOI: 10.31219/osf.io/vte4w
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Juan Jiménez-Albornoz

Abstract: This paper develops three basic statements we think are needed for the growth of social science. In the first place, that there is no opposition between society and nature, and that the social sciences study a kind of sociality (entailed on culture and consciousness) that is part of a more general analysis of the social world. In second place, that a universal theory of social processes is possible and it is not in opposition, but actually explains traits of social life usually thought as incompatible with the…

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