Background to Relations of political science with other social sciences

All subjects are interlinked with each other. Study has become comprehensive and complex.

Every subject cannot stand alone. They are interlinked in vastness of modern society.

Political science is neither dependent not independent, but it is interdependent with other social science. In the way to achieve purpose and function, there is always interconnection. But they are different from each other.

According to Paul Janett, “political science is closely connected with economy or the science of wealth; with law, either natural or positive which occupies itself principally with the relations of citizens to one another; with history, which furnishes the facts of which it has need; with philosophy, and especially with morals which gives to it a part of its principles.

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