Lee McIntyre is an American philosopher of social science notable for his work on law-like explanations in the social sciences and his denial of a demarcation between the natural and social sciences.
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- McIntyre (1996): McIntyre, Lee. (1996) Laws and Explanation in the Social Sciences: Defending a Science of Human Behavior. Westview Press.
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