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By Eleonora Montuschi

Provides a transparent and based research of the Philosophy of Social technology throughout every one of its major disciplines: Anthropology, Sociology, historical past, Economics and Geography. utilizing quite a number examples from particular social sciences, the booklet either identifies the sensible and theoretical strategies concerned about the identity of the article and, even as, increases questions about the very objectivity of those methods in interpreting the article.

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