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2009, vol. 43, br. 4, str. 413-443
Evolucioni program u sociologiji
Univerzitet u Novom Sadu, Filozofski fakultet
Ključne reči: neodarvinizam; evolucija; sociologija; biologija; redukcija; unifikacija; konsilijencija
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U radu se diskutuje o mogućnostima evolucionog programa u sociologiji koji je tokom većeg dela dvadesetog veka bio zanemaren. Razlozi za ovu situaciju bili su politički, ideološki i intelektualni. Insistira se na tome da sociologija može da napreduje samo preko intelektualne kooperacije s evolucionom biologijom, jer je neodarvinistička paradigma jedna od najmoćnijih teorija u istoriji nauke i da sociologija ne sme da ignoriše znanje do kojeg dolazi biologija.
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