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But if this is the case, we are led to see the division of labor in a new light 6 -- the economic services it renders are trivial by comparison with the moral effect it produces. Methodological individualism translates into political individualism, in which the individual’s cultural or group membership is either rejected completely as not worthy of study or its causal or scientific relationship is deemed too amorphous or pluralistic and changing to provide anything by qualitative assessments of social affairs.

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