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2019 | 55 | 3 | 105-123
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How realism promotes better social outcomes than empiricism and subjective idealism

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This paper proposes a conceptual model that fosters interdisciplinary thinking and critical thinking by connecting the three main philosophical traditions that impact modern thinking – British empiricism, Continental Europe subjective idealism, and realism – with their epistemological foundations and in combination with modern social disciplines: ethics, social responsibility, and political economy. Through a statistical analysis this paper shows which of the three epistemologies produces better social outcomes.
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55
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3
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105-123
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  • University of Maryland University College, 3501 University Blvd. East, MD 20783 Adelphi, USA, juan.stegmann@umuc.edu
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