The volume outlines and addresses the significance of Popper’s philosophy for the social sciences and the humanities in relation to several, and crucial, questions: how we may get ‘objective’ knowledge out of ‘subjective’ perceptions; how ‘induction’ and ‘deduction’ should interact; how we can make policies or legal recommendations based on ‘objective knowledge’; how social agents’ knowledge should be modelled.

Objective Knowledge in Social Sciences and Humanities: Karl Popper and Beyond

VALENTINI, CHIARA
2010

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The volume outlines and addresses the significance of Popper’s philosophy for the social sciences and the humanities in relation to several, and crucial, questions: how we may get ‘objective’ knowledge out of ‘subjective’ perceptions; how ‘induction’ and ‘deduction’ should interact; how we can make policies or legal recommendations based on ‘objective knowledge’; how social agents’ knowledge should be modelled.
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