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Anticorruptology is a science as well as an art. A science has two aspects: realistic and idealistic. Anticorruptology is both a realistic and normative science.

1.   Realistic science:
Anticorruptology should be regarded as a realistic science. Science proves something specifically with fact and it describes only about fact. It describes cause and effect of something. In this way, realistic science is knowledge oriented. It shows the path for knowledge. Anticorruptology analyzes facts and determines the knowledge. That’s why it’s a realistic science.

2.   Idealistic science:
Anticorruptology has close relationship with ethics, social science, political science and economics. It provides knowledge about human behavior that are good or bad, moral or immoral, welfare and unwelfare, corrupt and uncorrupt, right and wrong, virtue and vice, gain and loss etc. It alerts people towards their character, conduct, goal and responsibility. Moreover it makes them realize their responsibility and accepted rules to be adopted for the meaningful human life. Thus, anticorruptology is an idealistic science.
Anticorruptology studies existing corruption, misdeed, misbehavior, outrage, economic injustice in a person, a society and a country. Then it finds their cause and effect. So, it’s a realistic science. On the other hand, it tries to find out the solutions of above mentioned problems to promote welfare of a person, a society and a country. That’s why, it’s an idealistic science as well. Therefore anticorruptology is said to be realistic as well as normative science.
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