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As the scientist works at problems, he is c()llscious that he is building a science. He searches for those facts (negative (is well as positive), wherever they may be found, that constitute empirical uniformities. These in turn are studied in the attempt to locate underlying principles. Thus the practical solution is merely an intermediate s,tep and not the end of the road for the scientist. Scientific experimentation is set against an existing body of generalizations. This statement is an extension of the previous point.

Proceedings of the AmeriĀ· can socioiogical Society, Vol. 'XXV (1930), pp. 25-35. : Harper, 1944), Vol. 1, Appendix 2. I Sullivan, J. N. , "The Values of Science," in The Limitations of Science (New York: Mentor Books, 1949), pp. 50-175. Weber, Max, "The Objectivity of the Social Sciences," On the MethOdology of the Social Sciences, trans. Edward A. Shils and Henry A. : Free Press, 1949). CHAPTER 4 Science: Pure and Applied The first chapter of this book noted that the scientific work of sociology has become increasingly valid in recent decades.

Since science operates as a technique of problem solving, and since problems in this sense are formulated upon the basis of value judgments, then it is clear that science and values are interrelated. The central and most common question, however, still remains. We have seen the many relationships between science and values. " THE POSSmILITY OF A SCIENTIFIC ETmC This question is often debated, even though the answer is clearly in the negative. There are those who, valuing science highly, seem to wish that science should support other values that are also important to them.

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