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For almost a century, scholars have held the conviction that Max Weber's methodology was based upon neo‐Kantian philosophy. This belief was founded on the idea that Weber's methodology was dependent on the neo‐Kantianism of Weber's Freiburg colleague and friend Heinrich Rickert. This idea began...
Despite repeated opportunities to reconsider their natural science ambitions, social psychologists have not done so, and there are no obvious signs of this changing. Why? This paper pursues an answer to this question by defining the field after the fashion of Michael Polanyi's thought. According...
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