The French School's Influence Study advocates positivistic
research of history of international literary relations because they believe that a discipline should stress a scientific and positivistic
Or is the whole idea of a team "deserving" to winthe sense of an athletic performance possessing some mysterious intangible moral worth that exists apart from and even above the crude positivistic
results of the contest itselfin fact a bullshit construct?
Politicians, elites, and literary figures employed a positivistic
(and European) framework that pervaded contemporary thought regarding science and development: social inequalities could be cured by "scientific" policies.
After a mercifully brief methodological preamble in which the authors display their awareness of the dangers of a positivistic
or biographical approach to literature, they cheerfully set aside their anxieties on this score and embark on a series of chapters that are unashamedly positivistic
and biographical, but in the best sense.
Dissatisfied with with the existing explanations and modus operandi of global constitutionalism, Bhandari offers a positivistic
explanation of it, along with an analysis of its five specific modi operandi.
It stems from a view of the policy process that is rational and positivistic
, in which optimal policy choices can be identified, selected, and implemented with objectivity.
But this quote is simply the author's precis of the positivistic
model with which he begins, i.
Hollingshaus begins his study with the claim that positivistic
historiography emergent from academe is antithetical to the ethos of rock, which is traditionally associated with rebellion against institutions at large.
The founding fathers, Mustafa Kemal AtatE-rk, and his followers, Kemalists, were highly influenced by 19th century European positivistic
and materialistic philosophy.
Instead, the positivistic
attitude of modern science is taken as final.
By creating playful and irreverent designs, surprising in their poetry and ability to display non-utilitarian aspects of techno-fashion, Gao could be said to question the very core of the positivistic
drive of an increasingly technologized society.
Among the topics are the CHAT framework and science education in the positivistic
tradition, teaching science in museums and science centers, magnetism and new university science laboratory activities in a CHAT context, a cultural history scene of natural sciences for early learners, and how students learn about plant functions in elementary school biology education.