Social Science History Six essays for budding theorists



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Social Science History - Six essays for budding theorists

By Andrew Roberts


ΒΆ0 SUMMARY OF TECHNICAL TERMS USED IN ESSAY ONE
I do not use the terms in this essay in a very strict technical sense. To do so would have meant defining terms separately for each theorist, because they use the terms differently. This is a summary of the meanings I have given to the terms. I think my definitions are reasonably consistent with the ways the authors use them, and reasonably consistent with conventional English.
Argument: The case that someone makes. In a theory (for example) or in an essay (for another example).
Axioms: The starting points of an argument, deduction or theory that, by definition, are not proved by the theory. Premise.

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