In The Uncertainties of Knowledge, Immanuel Wallerstein extends his
work over the last decade of elucidating the crisis of knowledge in
current intellectual thought. Arguing that the current disciplinary
divisions of academia - divisions produced by a previous crisis of
knowledge - has left us trapped in a paradigm that assumes
knowledge is a certainty that can help us explain the social world,
Wallerstein offers us a new way of imagining the social sciences,
one which allows for uncertainties and for methods of studying our
world and its historical place.
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