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  1. Facts and Values in Politics and Searle's Construction of Social Reality.David Jason Karp - 2009 - Contemporary Political Theory 8 (2):152-175.
    Contemporary political theory is fractured in its account of ontology and methods. One prominent fault line is between empirical and normative theory – the former usually called ‘philosophy of social science’, or ‘social-science methodology’, and not ‘theory’ at all. A second fault line exists between analytical and post-modern political theory. These fractures prevent political researchers who engage with the same substantive issues, such as the right of same-sex couples to marry, from speaking to one another in a common language. This (...)
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