If you can accept for the sake of discussion that Postman’s characterization of social science as “moral theology” and “storytelling” is an accurate one, how would that change anything about the way, say, sociologists would pursue their work? Why, in fact, would social scientists object to his descriptions of their important activities?

If you can accept for the sake of discussion that Postman’s characterization of social science as “moral theology” and “storytelling” is an accurate one, how would that change anything about the way, say, sociologists would pursue their work? Why, in fact, would social scientists object to his descriptions of their important activities?