"Objectivity" in Social Science and Social Policy, by Max Weber

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Date: April 29, 2000
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The science can make a willing person realize that every action as well as inaction entails in it a decision to take a certain value stand. The act of choice itself, though, is the personal responsibility of an individual. While scientific consideration of value statements is aimed at critical judgement of the set goals and the ideals underlying them...
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While scientific consideration of value statements is aimed at critical judgement of the set goals and the ideals underlying them. We cannot learn the meaning of the world from the result of its analysis, proceeds Weber. On the contrary, we should be able to create this meaning itself...
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