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Here is a book of such first rate quality that it deserves a wider reading than it is likely to receive. It is of first importance because it represents a splendid attack upon the problem of the method of social science. If the views presented in the book are sound, they throw some light upon the probable direction of the method of the various disciplines constituting this branch of science. While the author does not purport to present his philosophical views in a systematic manner, they are, of course, implicit in his treatment of the subject.
Date of Authorship for this Version
Book Review: From the Physical to the Social Sciences, 30 Columbia Law Review 276 (1930)