[The Forty-Year Failure of American Sociology from Coordination Problem by Peter Boettke That is the title of this essay by Jonathan Imber.
“Consider divorce in
: it has taken sociologists forty years to conclude that divorce, in a strictly statistical sense, is not good for children. … Sociologists, once responsible for understanding the nature of moral and social life, grew silent in their regard for moral judgment, except as political judgment.” America
Here is an essay of mine on Peter Berger -- who also thought (thinks) sociology has lost its way -- that Imber published in his journal Society.]
Exactly, and whether our relationships should be so interchangeable. [TNM] By: Tusar N. Mohapatra on October 27, 2010 at 1:43 PM Reply