Talcott Parsons Quote

A scientifically unimportant discovery is one which, however true and however interesting for other reasons, has no consequences for a system of theory with which scientists in that field are concerned.


The Structure of Social Action (1937), Vol. 1

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A scientifically unimportant discovery is one which, however true and however interesting for other reasons, has no consequences for a system of...

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A scientifically unimportant discovery is one which, however true and however interesting for other reasons, has no consequences for a system of...

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A scientifically unimportant discovery is one which, however true and however interesting for other reasons, has no consequences for a system of...

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A scientifically unimportant discovery is one which, however true and however interesting for other reasons, has no consequences for a system of...