Can social sciences have a non-subject -related axiomatic foundation? Why not?
Interpretation is always relative to subjective interpretation. Which is not similar in natural sciences. In natural sciences it's possible to attain an observation that's the same for different subjects (or, at least, even if it's not physically the same, due to differences in senses, it's consistently demonstrateable and/or agreeable as such). In soc. sci. it can be speculated that there will be more bias depending on the orientation of the observer. Thus observers necessarily cannot observe the same thing.