General Procedures This author distinguishes the nature world subjected to forms of the spirit and apriori therefore, subjected to rigorous and rational laws of the Kingdom's history. The world of human activity not subject to laws, but governed by the principle of freedom. Subsequently other philosophers established the historical method exposed mainly by Ricket, who formulated the distinction between nature (everything that exists without the intervention of man) and the best way to study it is the generalized conceptualization. For Ricket to nature it is subordinate to universal facts. Instead the world of culture which is the other side of reality, involves the intervention of man and therefore the appropriate method, historical method characterized by the individualistic conceptualization (does not seek to formulate universal laws, but what is own of every being). This position does not conform to many philosophers and sociologists even formulated by another category (within the methods spiritualists). Thus appears a conception which in addition to formulating the distinction between natural sciences and Sciences of the spirit, States that the object of the natural sciences is the explanation while the object of spiritual science is the understanding. The spiritual Sciences studying the behaviour of a man who pursues a purpose; It says that we can only understand them through intuition, phenomenological method. Its main representative is Husserl. For natural sciences, are science in fact as presented to the experience. Spiritual science are linked to an idea or an act that does know the essence. The method proposed in this author is the essential intuition, that allows you to intuitively capture the essence of the phenomenon and describe it. The authors argue that sociology and other social sciences can not be conceived as one science and that the relationship cause and effect of the natural world, not you can be...

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