Armageddon or Evolution?: The Scientific Method and Escalating World Problems

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Routledge, Dec 3, 2015 - Social Science - 260 pages
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We are currently experiencing a wide range of evolving problems that threaten us with extinction. However, Phillips argues that we have the capacity-with the aid of a broad approach to the scientific method that builds on Mills's concept of "the sociological imagination"-to confront these problems ever more effectively. This book develops and builds upon new methods for addressing such social problems as global warming, terrorism, growing inequalities, and others. Phillips reveals procedures for achieving conscious evolution by uncovering fundamental assumptions and their contradictions and by moving toward alternative assumptions that promise to resolve these contradictions.
 

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Contents

Preface
Introduction
Physical and Biological Structures
Personality Structures
Social Structures
The Situation
Stereotypical Versus Hypothetical Ideas
Glossary
Index
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