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A skin not a sweater: ontology and epistemology in political science
Several chapters in this book contain references to ontology and epistemology, some of them relatively lengthy. Perhaps more often, positions on these issues are implicit, but no less significant. Even if these positions are unacknowledged, they shape the approach to theory and the methods which the social scientist uses. At first the questions raised may seem difficult, but they are not issues that can be avoided.
A Skin Not a Sweater: Ontology and Epistemology in Political Science