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Why archaeology, in all of its components, is a social science

Subjects: Scientific Metaphysics; Philosophers of Science; Realism/Anti-realism

  • Source: Boissinot, P. (2017) Why archaeology, in all of its components, is a social science. Palethnologie, 9. pp. 86-94.

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Popper, Rationality and The Possibility of Social Science

  • Source: Frederick, Danny (2013) Popper, Rationality and The Possibility of Social Science. THEORIA. An International Journal for Theory, History

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Evidence for causal mechanisms in social science: recommendations from Woodward’s manipulability theory of causation

Subjects: Causation

  • Source: Runhardt, Rosa W (2014) Evidence for causal mechanisms in social science: recommendations from Woodward’s manipulability theory of

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Partial explanations in social science

Subjects: Explanation; Sociology

  • Source: Northcott, Robert (2012) Partial explanations in social science. Oxford Handbook of Philosophy of Social

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Steel & Guala, eds. 2011. The Philosophy of Social Science Reader

  • Source: Jiménez Buedo, María (2013) Steel & Guala, eds. 2011. The Philosophy of Social Science Reader. THEORIA. An International Journal for

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Daniel Steel (2009): Across the Boundaries: Extrapolation in Biology and Social Science

  • Source: Blanco, Daniel (2010) Daniel Steel (2009): Across the Boundaries: Extrapolation in Biology and Social Science. THEORIA. An International

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Darwinism and Social Science: Is there Any Hope for the Reductionist?

  • Source: Zamora Bonilla, Jesús (2003) Darwinism and Social Science: Is there Any Hope for the Reductionist? THEORIA. An International Journal for

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What type of Type I error? Contrasting the Neyman–Pearson and Fisherian approaches in the context of exact and direct replications

  • Source: Rubin, Mark (2019) What type of Type I error? Contrasting the Neyman–Pearson and Fisherian approaches in the context of exact and direct replications. Synthese. ISSN 0039-7857

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Why the Social Sciences are Irreducible

Subjects: Economics; Reductionism/Holism; Sociology

  • Source: Hansson Wahlberg, Tobias (2017) Why the Social Sciences are Irreducible. [Preprint]

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