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Methodological individualism

Methodological Individualism is the belief that the social sciences should be looked at from the viewpoint of individual decision makers and not through statistical analysis[?].

One of the best examples of methodological individualism was the defense of logical reasoning by the Austrian School of economics as against the Historical School's promotion of statistical analysis in the Methodenstreit.

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