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M.С. Комаров


1 В американской социологии принято говорить об аксиоматико-дедуктивной теории.

2 Эта сторона использования в буржуазной социологии методологических рекомендаций неопозитивистской методологии науки подобно рассмотрена в работе Е. Мокшицкого (40).




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