The Foundationalists established theoretical efforts and conceptual formulations in social sciences. Over a period, serious academic debates were on the rise as far as certain basic social science concepts were concerned. The Postmodernists initiated such debates in general. The most important contention was that many such concepts took it for granted in the scientific usage with limited or regular interpretations. They alleged that such concepts were understood as real entities with enduring collectiveness but were mostly utopian in nature. No doubt, these scientifically accepted basic concepts facilitated in formulating big old theories in the field of social sciences. Nevertheless, to think systematically about the new theories, it always poses risk violating the intellectual spirit of establishing an agreeable stand in an empirical research.
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