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166 pages; Fine condition. No creases. Solid, clean. The Poverty of Historicism is a devastating criticism of the belief in the laws of history, laws of social development, or laws of progess. It exposes pernicuous and influential doctrines, and the ideologies erected on them. The book also includes a systematic and brief account of what the character and methods of the social sciences ought to be, and an indication of the kind of piecemeal political planning which these methods suggest... Trade Paperback.