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  1. Pragmatic Utopianism and Race: H. G. Wells as Social Scientist.Duncan Bell - 2019 - Modern Intellectual History 16 (3):863-895.
    H. G. Wells was one of the most celebrated writers in the world during the first half of the twentieth century. Famed for his innovative fiction, he was also an influential advocate of socialism and the world-state. What is much less well known is that he was a significant contributor to debates about the nature of social science. This article argues that Wells's account of social science in general, and sociology in particular, was shaped by an idiosyncratic philosophical pragmatism. In (...)
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