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Refusing justifications of sociology that rely on the claim that its warrant derives from mirroring the actual structure of the social world means that we would approach sociology, in the short term, as an evolving, heterogeneous tradition. , policy makers, public officials, citizens, social activists, and bureaucracies) oriented to (say) social legislation, institutional rationalization, moral critique, or political mobilization. In short, 40 The malaise of the human sciences judgments about the value of sociological knowledges would depend less on whether they are true in the sense of a correspondence between word and world than on their social purpose and consequences.

In the course of this century, the champions of strong programs of social science have not, even today, managed effectively to silence and discredit their nonscientific rivals. In part this reflects the continued vigor of nonacademic social bases for the production of social knowledges. 5 Indeed, the social sciences have been considerably less successful than the natural sciences in discrediting nonscientific rivals. The result is that diverse traditions of nonscientific human studies flourish in American and European public cultures and contest the monopolistic designs of science.

The yield of this dispute was an immense proliferation of conceptual strategies with, needless to say, little consensus. In the end, theorists lined up behind one or another framing of the idealist/materialist great divide - invoked the classics, appealed to ethnocentric values or ideals, and constructed allegories of freedom and progress to authorize their position. Today, a main site of "theory" contention is the so-called micro/macro debate, but the configuration of this "theory" dispute rehearses the idealist/materialist debates.

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