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|sciences, a science of politics is inherently more complicated than a hard science |
(such as physics or chemistry). ... for that matter, economics, sociology, and
psychology) is a far younger discipline than mathematics, physics, or chemistry.
|Even in the reductive quest, the hunting for the simpler origin or basis of complex |
things, the truth often frustrates the assumptions of scientists. The Standard
Model of particle physics is far more complicated than anyone expected, finding
|Since then, it had been falsified, since contemporary physics draws a far more |
complex picture of reality than, say, contemporary chemistry. Hayek agreed with
Mill that social phenomena are more complex than natural phenomena but ...
Ian Shapiro, Rogers M. Smith, Tarek E. Masoud - 2004 - 419 pages
|It will remain untidy: much more untidy than physics; more untidy than psychology|
; probably more untidy than economics; ... Yes, our field is dauntingly complex,
yet we're far more aware of the complexities than we were 50 years ago and we ...
|Unfortunately, quantum fluids require very sophisticated physics. So, just like the |
previous ... These are a result of the interactions and the physics is far more
complicated than for non-interacting ideal gases. But it turns out that in the low ...
Philip Mirowski - 1991 - 450 pages
|Economics as Social Physics, Physics as Nature's Economics Philip Mirowski ... |
one might have expected Smith to embrace physiocracy when his attention
turned to political economy, or at least to lay down an ... Actual events were a bit
more complicated than that. ... and at one place in The Wealth of Nations he goes
so far as to assert that physiocracy was "the nearest approximation to the truth
that has ...
|Presumably this is not because physicists and chemists are more intelligent than |
political scientists, but because the behaviour of governments is far more
complex and variable than the behaviour of asteroids and molecules. A simple ...
|Further, he wrote, "What we call physics comprises that group of natural sciences |
which base their concepts on ... In contrast to the world of physics, biology deals
with living organisms which are not only far more complicated than inanimate ...
David P. Barash - - 213 pages
|Thus, even though natural selection appears to act at the level of the individual — |
and more precisely, that of the gene ... that politics — to which it seems
reasonable to add interpersonal relations generally — is far more difficult than