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Why Unitary Social Science? pleads for a comprehensive appraisal of social reality. Tracing the visionary and transformative paths of reality from subjective to objective points of view, Mukherjee argues that it is precisely the division of social sciences into discrete disciplines that thwarts the emergence of an objective science of society. Social science is seen here as unitary, with diverse specialisations emerging from a single base but proliferating as knowledge advances, indeed as a unified social science rather than as a multitude of social science disciplines. printed Pages: 132.