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The concept 'objective meaning' provides no procedural significance without the specification of a scheme of interpretation. ) In tum, in The Phenomenology of the Social World, Shutz often quotes Kaufmann's paper 'Sociale Kollektiva' (1929) and his writings in legal philosophy, mathematics and logic; especially, important is the reference to Kaufmann's application of the concept of in variance to key concepts of legal philosophy, sociology and economics. Kaufmann's interpretation of ideal types as 'theoretical social laws' has already been quoted.
The point is the naive attitude of man in the world, who poses its existence simply as real. It may be that calling such an attitude 'epoche' is incompatible with Husserl's terminology. 150 [44J On the proper scope of methodology. Congratulating Kaufmann on his book The Methodology of the Social Sciences Schutz writes (21 October 1944): I believe that arguments can be raised only against the principal premises of the book. These accepted, the argument is stringent and for the most part, cannot be challenged [ ...
Re-reading it with this interpretation in mind raised for me some questions and observations which supplement those presented before. ' This 'value neutrality' also informs his conception of the 'expert,' from whom one can expect 'merely the indication of suitable means for attaining pregiven ends, but not the determination of the ends themselves' (,The 136  Well-Informed Citizen,' p. 130): we recognize Weber's characterization of science, including social science. Social science thus is defined as expertise, and what Schutz says elsewhere about social science, especially in his paper 'On Multiple Realities,' presents this same view.
Alfred Schutz: Appraisals and Developments by Helmut R. Wagner (auth.), Kurt H. Wolff (eds.)