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Steve Drew wrote:
> The tension between prescriptive and descriptive in the social sciences is a
> tension between the social and the science to my mind. The social to
> interfere and change, and the science to observe, record and interpret. how
> is this any different from say, genetics?
> BTW, most social scientists i have encountered do not like memetics.
Have any offered any interesting reasons?
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