One more note on my paper...

Date: Mon 23 Dec 2002 - 02:05:41 GMT

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            Some might contend that the usefulness of statistical thought in the social sciences is intuitively obvious, but so are untrue things (such as the idea that the sun circles the earth), and some true things, such as quantum mechanics and relativity theory, seem at first glance to be counterintuitive. It is also important for both scientific enterprizes and quantitative and analytical methods to be philosophically justified with respect to their sphere of application. Since I had not before seen the use of statistical thought in the social sciences phenomenologically grounded, I decided to undertake the task myself.

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