PHIL-2626EL – Philosophy and the Social Sciences

Topics include: social sciences compared with natural sciences; objectivity in social science; what it means to study human behaviour impersonally; facts and values; the individual and the institution; structures and change in society; individualism and the social self; the sociological critique of philosophy and the philosophical critique of sociology. PREREQ: one course in social science (may be taken concurrently), or dept.’s permission. (lec 3) cr 3

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