- Scientism and Values
- Helmut Schoeck
- 18 November 2020
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Scientism and Values review ð 0 Rodent eager to learn the ins and outs of a maze He can be conditioned to put up with almost anything the few wise designers of the maze have mapped out for himAnd yet a critical attitude toward scientism is not to be con fused with an antievolutionary position On the contrary we see scientistic sociologists and anthropologists refuse to learn from research on animals because it might challenge their creed of en vironmental determinism As A L Kroeber observed not long ago3 many of his colleagues in America are studiedly ignorant of the work of the ethologists including such renowned men as Karl von Frisch and Konrad Lorenz who explore species specifi.download Õ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ¿ Helmut Schoeck
Scientism and Values review ð 0 Excerpt from Scientism and ValuesOver a number of years participants in this symposium and others have Shown in their individual publications increasing concern with the harm done to the true study of man especially as a social being by a form of scientism that takes various disguises of strict scientificalness It is not merely neopositivism which by the way has been criticized by a number of able men; it is also than a cult of uantification Scientism implies a cynical world View in the original meaning of the word it is a doglike view of man or shall we say ratlike Man is best understood so the scientistic expert holds when seen from the level of a.
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