A surgical operation on the social sciences, showing how they have failed to solve many of the concrete problems we face today, war, depression, unemployment, the labor capital conflict, etc. He compares the theories of the social sciences with those of the so called natural sciences. He shows how we must revalue many of the facts accumulated through science to make a constructive solution to our tangible difficulties. He maintains that man must be considered as a complete organism, rather than as purely economic, political or historic. For students, analysts -- wholly, Difficult often confusing -- in the presentation.