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Chapter Twenty-two: Sociological Theory 1. Scientific first principles concern ontology rather than epistemology. a. TRUE b. *FALSE 2. Science assumes that appearances and essences are not necessarily the same. a. *TRUE b. FALSE 3. Explanations in social science tend to be of universal deductive scope. a. TRUE b. *FALSE 4. Intersubjectivity is the epistemic advantage that social science has over natural science. a. *TRUE b. FALSE 5. For nominalists, a collective concept like the environmental movement is a figure of speech to represent the combined actions of individuals. a. *TRUE b. FALSE 6. Social realism proceeds from the doctrine of emergence. a. *TRUE b. FALSE 7. Marx discounted completely the importance of ideas and values. a. TRUE b. *FALSE 8. According to Marx, the mode of production forms the organizational base of society. a. *TRUE b. FALSE 9. Marx saw religion as part of the relations rather than the forces of production. FALSE a. TRUE b. *FALSE 10. For Marx and Engels, exploitation was primarily an ethical concept that they used to condemn the inequalities of capitalism. a. TRUE b. *FALSE 11. According to Marx, different modes of production entail different ways in which surplus is extracted from those who labour. a. *TRUE
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