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eBook Pure Sociology: A Treatise on the Origin and Spontaneous Development of Society ePub

by Lester F. Ward

eBook Pure Sociology: A Treatise on the Origin and Spontaneous Development of Society ePub
Author: Lester F. Ward
Language: English
ISBN: 1410201708
ISBN13: 978-1410201706
Publisher: University Press of the Pacific (August 25, 2002)
Pages: 620
Category: Literary
Subcategory: Literature
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 490
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Pure Sociology is a synthesis of Wards sociological thought; his next to last book. Lester F. Ward (1841-1913) worked as a government geologist and paleontologist from 1881 to 1906.

Pure Sociology a Treatise on the Origin and Spontaneous Development of Society is a wonderful book which was written by Lester F. Ward (1841-1913) who worked as geologist and paleontologist and then .ot interested in sociology. He developed the theory of planned progress and the development of intellect so his ideas are described in this book. MoreLess Show More Show Less.

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Also, Ward asserts that human beings are at a point in which they have enough knowledge to control how society functions in the future. His vision is a hands on control of evolution based on observations of how the evolution of nature works

Also, Ward asserts that human beings are at a point in which they have enough knowledge to control how society functions in the future. His vision is a hands on control of evolution based on observations of how the evolution of nature works. This text is a crossroad where science and humanity meet.

Ward, Lester F. (Lester Frank), 1841-1913. Note: New York : The Macmillan Company; London, Macmillan & C. lt. 1903.

Not valid on new books or books that ship from other sellers. Does not combine with other promotions. More by 'Lester Frank Ward'. You may also be interested in these fine selections. Image courtesy of openlibrary. Pure Sociology: A Treatise On the Origin and Spontaneous Development of Society by Lester Frank Ward. Ward (1841-1913) worked as a government geologist and paleontologist from 1881 to 1906, when he became professor of sociology at Brown. One of the first and most important of American sociologists, Ward developed a theory of planned progress called telesis, whereby man, through education and development of intellect, could direct social evolution

Pure Sociology is a synthesis of Wards sociological thought; his next to last book. Lester F. Ward (1841-1913) worked as a government geologist and paleontologist from 1881 to 1906, when he became professor of sociology at Brown. One of the first and most important of American sociologists, Ward developed a theory of planned progress called telesis, whereby man, through education and development of intellect, could direct social evolution. Ward was eulogized at his death as one of the last giants of nineteenth-century sociology, and many of his ideas - the primacy of artificial over natural forces in the development of human society, the psychological rather than the biological basis of human life, and the stress on process and function rather than on structure in the study of society - provided leads for the researchers in sociology who succeeded him. The emergence of the modern welfare state and the involvement of professional sociologists in the practical problems of politics, poverty, and race represent a kind of vindication of his work.
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