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Three is good work by folks who contend that all explanation contains what could be called a narrative component.

I.e. scientific explanation is one form of narrative among others.

A massive reading list, but what about a bit of Bauer, also Hutt on the rise of the trade union movement and the strike threat system (highly relevant to Australia at present) and Stanislav Andreski's books on Africa and South America.

http://catallaxyfiles.com/2012/01/01/stanislav-andreski-andrzejewski-1919-2007/

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