Classics in Sociology

A Course of Selected Reading by Authorities. An Introductory Reading Guide

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ISBN : 9788130717623

 

Author : Donald Macrae

 

Pages : 384 pp

 

Year of Publishing : 2016

 

Binding : Hardbound

 

Publisher : COSMO PUBLICATIONS

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This book for a very long time has remained a primary introduction to the classics and the great authors who wrote them. The work is a recommended reading for freshmen courses in many colleges and universities across the world. The contents include —

Book I
THE ORIGIN OF SOCIETY
Sir Francis Galton
The Herd Spirit
Gordon Childe
Language and Reason
William Peddie
The Development of Knowledge
Edward Westermarck
The Meaning and Origin of Marriage
Sir G. Elliot Smith
The Origin of Agriculture
Sir W. M. Flinders Petrie
The Growth of Conscience
Helen M. Wodehouse
Woman and the Home

BOOK II
CONSOLIDATION AND DEVELOPMENT
A. Berriedale Keith
The Consolidation of Society
Charles Darwin
The Dawn of Religion
T. A. N. Whitehead
Religion and Social Unity
Victor Cousin
The Foundations of Law
Plato
How the State Began
John Pym
Law as the Safeguard of Liberty
J. J. Rousseau
The Social Contract
Max Muller
Language as Fossilized History
Tyrone Guthrie
Circumstance and Pomp

Book III
SOCIAL PROGRESS
Gilbert Murray
The Message of Socrates
Francois Guizot
Civilization and the Individual
Jane Ellen Harrison
Heresy and Humanity
Werner Stark
The Church in Society
George Bernard Shaw
Freedom
Sir Hugh Walpole
The Freedom of Books
John Milton
A Plea for the Liberty of Unlicensed Printing
Ralph Waldo Emerson
Uses of Great Men
Lord Macaulay
The State of Society in the Seventeenth Century
George Bernard Shaw
Ruskin’s Politics
Lord Horder
Children in Our Time
T. H. Huxley
Education and Life
Sir Richard Winn Livingstone
Choosing the Educational Menu
Sir Ronald Ross
The Aim of Education
Viscount Haldane
Education and Democracy
Lord Beveridge
Our Greatest Strength
Sir George Newman
Fifty Years’ Progress in Public Health
Sir Winston Churchill
Widows’ Pensions
Leonard Darwin
The Aims of Eugenics

BOOK IV
MODERN PROBLEMS
Bertrand Russell
Social Cohesion and Government
Kenneth Pickthorn
The Future of Party Government
Sir George Schuster
Party Politics and Economic Issues
Dingle Foot
Freedom and the Rule of Law
Aldous Huxley
War
Bronislaw Malinowski
Race Relations in Africa
Morris Ginsberg
How Sociology can help Modem Society

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