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The author reminds us of the need to view politics both as an objective and subjective phenomenon. He postulates that her study should combine analytical-empirical approach with interpretation. In his understanding, the latter is not identical with the studied reality, but is an attempt to objectify knowledge. The instrumental and mechanistic approach to political processes is completely inadequate, because it ignores the role of emotions, intentions, intelligence, human will and awareness.doi:10.4467/25440845tp.19.022.11788 fatcat:hqdrqqbo2ndallhyijjxfkzfcq