Indukcja i dedukcja w teoretyzowaniu stosunków międzynarodowych
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Gałganek, A. (2019). Indukcja i dedukcja w teoretyzowaniu stosunków międzynarodowych. Przegląd Politologiczny, (4), 39–54. https://doi.org/10.14746/pp.2019.24.4.4

Abstrakt

W artykule ukazano obecne w nauce o stosunkach międzynarodowych sposoby rozumienia miejsca indukcyjnego i dedukcyjnego wnioskowania w procesie budowania teorii i wiedzy o stosunkach międzynarodowych oraz wynikające z nich spory. Autor argumentuje, że w badaniu stosunków międzynarodowych, podobnie jak w naukach przyrodniczych, niezbędne jest łączenie empirycznej obserwacji z kreatywnym budowaniem teorii. Autor dokonuje krytycznej analizy stanowisk wybranych teoretyków stosunków międzynarodowych w kwestiach związanych z problemami indukcji i dedukcji oraz teoretyzowania stosunków międzynarodowych.

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