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Social Laws : An Outline of Sociology

By Warren, Howard C. (Howard Crosby)

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Title: Social Laws : An Outline of Sociology  
Author: Warren, Howard C. (Howard Crosby)
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Language: English
Subject: Political science., Economics and literature, Economic & political studies series
Collections: Economics Publications Collection
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Publisher: Archive for the History of Economic Thought

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Excerpt: Editor?s Preface. It goes without saying that no introduction of M. Tarde is necessary to English and American readers who are versed in current sociological discussions. To the general reader, therefore, and to him alone, I venture, on the insistent request of the publishers, to say that in this little book he will find the leading ideas of one of the most authoritative and distinguished living writers in sociology and social psychology. M. Tarde?s larger works are summarized and his system shown to be a system in these pages?in a way that he humorously describes in his preface. In fulfilling the purpose of systematization, however, the book makes a contribution to the theory of science at the same time that it exhibits a way of treating sociological data under certain general laws. Whether or no these laws??repetition, opposition, adaptation??be established in the form proposed by the author, at any rate they are likely to be much discussed and to take rank as brilliant formulations in the development of a branch of knowledge in which synthesis and constructive hypothesis are sorely needed.

Table of Contents
Contents Editor?s Preface ........................................................................ 4 Preface ...................................................................................... 5 Introduction .............................................................................. 7 Chapter I: The Repetition of Phenomena................................ 12 Chapter II: The Opposition of Phenomena ............................. 37 Chapter III: The Adaptation of Phenomena ............................ 69 Conclusion .............................................................................. 94

 

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