He distinguishes three political roles in terms of

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Unformatted text preview: seen social science as a tool to justify society as a functional rational machine. He says, “the individual social scientist tends to lose his moral autonomy and his substantive rationality, and the role of reason in human affairs tends to become merely a refinement of techniques for administrative and manipulative uses.” He distinguishes three political roles “in terms of which the social scientist as a man of reason may conceive of himself: 1) enthronement of “the...
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This note was uploaded on 02/12/2014 for the course SOCL 298 taught by Professor Norihenk during the Fall '13 term at Azusa Pacific.

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