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1. The use of economics as a standard of analysis is "normative"...

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1. The use of economics as a standard of analysis is "normative"...

1. The use of economics as a standard of analysis is "normative" and not "empirical." We should rely on democratic processes and science.

           a. realist economics                                                 c. nominalist epistemology, economics, politics

           b. realist politics                                                                  d. realist metaphysics

2. Economics is an empirical social science whose advances in theory and description offer important definitions, distinctions and guidance for the "public" aspects of public health.

           a. realist epistemology, economics                c. nominalist epistemology, economics

           b. nominalist economics                                                       d. nominalist ethics 

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