Committed History and Philosophy of the Social Sciences in the Two Germanies

History of Science 23 (1):25-72 (1985)
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The question of the social commitment of the sociologist, and the scientist in general, has become a burning issue facing the sociology of East and West alike, — though it may take different forms. (P. C. Ludz, “Sociology”, in C. D Kernig (ed.), Marxism, communism, and Western society (New York, 1973), vol. viii, p. 46.)



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