Question 1: To what extent, if at all, should the human sciences seek to emulate the methods and procedures of the natural sciences?


  

Question 2: To what extent do the human sciences need to understand action from an ‘internal perspective’, i.e. by considering the motives, intentions, and purposes of the subjects of investigation? What methods are best suited to this task?

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    Human Sciences Exam

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