To the Editor: Essentially the problem Mr. Glazer raises concerning the application of social science to human affairs is a moral one. I believe that all...

Everyone within reach of a radio loudspeaker or a newspaper headline knows of the tremendous advances made by science during the war: atomic bombs, radiocontrolled...

Waldo Frank’s is the seventh article in the series “The Crisis of the Individual.” The still reverberating events of the recent war and the years that...

The intellectual current that now impels writers—in the big national magazines as well as the more serious little magazines—to talk about race prejudice has not...

Of all the tools utilized by the social sciences, public opinion polls have made the greatest impact on the American mind. Their amazing accuracy in...

Jewish Vital Statistics The Rise of the Jew in the Western World. A Social And Economic History of the jewish people of Europe. by Uriah Zevi Engelman...

More than five years have elapsed since the organization of the Conference on Science, Philosophy and Religion in Their Relation to the Democratic Way of...

This month, “The Study Of Man,” COMMENTARY’s review of new thought and research in the social sciences, is given over to a full-length report and...

Sociologists are finally heeding the injunction, “Physician, heal thyself.” After having subjected social strata ranging from hoboes to the Four Hundred to sociological analysis, they...

Social scientists can no longer be reproached for busying themselves with theoretical issues while ignoring the major problems confronting mankind. The ivory towers now stand...