The Study of Man: Sociology Learns the Language of Mathematics

A troubling question for those of us committed to the widest application of intelligence in the study and solution of…

It is an open question just how much longer the literate layman will be able to understand what social scientists are trying to say; some of the most important recent books in the field present an almost impenetrable barrier of mathematical symbols. In this article ABRAHAM KAPLAN describes, in straightforward English, what is happening on the other side of the barrier. 

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The Study of Man: Sociology Learns the Language of Mathematics

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