Philosophy of Science: Natural V. Social
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This paper takes a deeper look at the differences between the philosophy of natural science v. social science. This paper examins the roots of both lines of analysis. The various methodologies of both natural science and social science are examined. Furthermore, the paper shows how the social aspect considers the impact that the external social construct has on humanity, whereas the natural science/philosopher attempts to reduce human behavior into little neat logical patterns akin to reduction of a math problem.
From the Paper:"The great questions of man have been the subject of many philosophical inquiries throughout the course of human history. Where am I from? Where am I going? What am I doing here? Do I really exist? These questions have plagued some of the greatest philosophers since the dawn of time; yet not one has been able to answer them---conclusively. Throughout the development of philosophical study has emerged a branch of philosophy which seeks to explain through empirical research these questions which have haunted man since he first emerged from the..."
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