Objectivity in Social Sciences
We continue with scientific method but now focus upon the social sciences. Historically, the physical and biological sciences are the most well developed methodologically and therefore provide the standard of scientific excellence and objectivity about nature. It is to their standard that the methodology of any scientific discipline must be measured.
KeywordsSocial Science Financial Market Physical Science Money Supply Social Nature
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