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Subjective idealism of Berkeley and Social reality

If one were to accept immaterialist position that Berkeley takes. how can it explain social reality? From what I understand, Berkeley does not deny existence of physical objects, he says that ...
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What “ideology” does “social contract” belong to?

What "ideology" does "social contract" belong to? Some problems with "social contract": It should be as reasonable to say that "We have a social contract" as it would be to say that "We don't have a ...
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What is the difference between a “ particular” and an “ individual being ”? ( Ontology)

The standard ontological classification distinguishes: (1) particulars and universals (2) concrete and abstract entities. I'm wondering what place to attribute to " individuals" in this ...
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Can social sciences have a non-subject -related axiomatic foundation? Why not?

Can social sciences have a non-subject -related axiomatic foundation? Why not? Problems: Interpretation is always relative to subjective interpretation. Which is not similar in natural sciences. In ...
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Which kinds of academic revolutions has philosophy of science indentified so far and when?

Recently, I had an interdisciplinary discussion with some friends about Industry 4.0, internet of things,...which brought up the question, which kind of academic revolutions apart from industrial ...
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According to Popper, what is logical positivism's role in scientific ethics?

What are the arguments for and against this? Any resources that are easy to read would help
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Can a priori reconsideration improve on a priori theory? “Analytical” etc. schools

So something strange I've realized lately, in the humanities and social sciences it's fairly common to see labels such as "analytical", "analytic school" etc. which I read to suggest as if these ...
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What is the relation between interpretation and explanation in social sciences? [closed]

I am interested in understanding the interaction between interpretation and explanation in social sciences in general and in economics particularly. It is argued that interpretation is pervasive in ...