MELRISS Methodologico-Epistemic & Logical Reflections on Interdisciplinarity in Social Science

By Samuel Sarri.

Published by The Social Sciences Collection

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I shall delineate, examine some strengths and weaknesses, and propose my own ‘eclectic paradigm’ or ‘integration philosophy’ model, as regards some major competing modern and contemporary approaches to doing science, social science, the humanities, and the arts. In fact, mainstream positivism will be the chief focus of my analytic diagnosis, albeit a discussion of some competing views, like phenomenology and critical theory, will be in order.

Key Terms and Issues

● Positivism
● Alternatives
◦ Epistemic
◦ Functional
◦ Genetic
◦ Theories of Alienation
● A Critical Social Science: New Hope for a Cynical Generation

Keywords: Methodological Reflections, Epistemic Reflections, Logical Reflections, Eclectic Proposal

The International Journal of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences, Volume 2, Issue 4, pp.137-144. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 555.691KB).

Prof. Samuel Sarri

Tenured Professor, University & Community College, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA

Former US SEC Registered Investment Advisor, along with advisory world investment and risk management to John Hancock, Merrill Lynch, SunAmerica Securities, Vanguard, etc. Taught at Michigan State, Lansing College, Mott College, Mesa College, and UCCSN.

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