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The Object of the Social Function

by: Kalle Van Der Wal

The question I want to raise here is this: for what entities can social phenomena be functional? In biology or physiology these matters are relatively clear. Traits can be functional for species – of course there are huge debates in biology over what a species is, but the criteri...read on

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Can Functionalism Explain Social...

by: Kalle Van Der Wal

Since the sixties functional analysis is in retreat in the social sciences, but not so in biology. From its very beginning, sociology has struggled with the question what a functional explanation is, and whether it applies also to social affairs. The first question one has to deal with...read on

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