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Mills expounds on his philosophy of the pursuit of pure social science by explaining that he believes that every working social scientist must have his own refined practice which is his own scientific intellectual craft and that all social scientists must be their own methodologist and theorist and he demands that this type of intellectual craftsmanship does not rely only on only boring scientific technical proficiency which completely lacks inspiration but seeks originality and ingenuity in the field.
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