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Human Nature and the Social Order
作者:Charles Horton Cooley  译者(编者):
ISBN:  语言:英文
出版日期:1922年  出版社:New York: Charles Scribner
The book offers more than that. Its "Introduction" should be required reading in every Introductory Sociology course. Because of the work of the Social Darwinists and their perspective on biological determinacy, population control and eugenic manipulation of the human gene pool, Darwinian thought has had a "bad rep" in the social sciences. Deservedly so. Bad Darwinism deserves a bad rep. Cooley's perspective on Darwin, however, helps rehabilitate many of the key contributions of the evolutionary perspective, stating them in a way that will be acceptable to most social scientists. It is often difficult to remember that the ideas presented in The Origin of Species, The Descent of Man and The Expression of the Emotions in Man and in Animals were the impetus for many of the most important texts in turn-of-the-century psychology and sociology

  目 录
  • INTRODUCTION. HEREDITY AND INSTINCT
  • Chapter 1: Society and the Individual
  • Chapter 2: Suggestion and Choice
  • Chapter 3: Sociability and Personal Ideas
  • Chapter 4: Sympathy or Understanding as an Aspect of Society
  • Chapter 5: The Social Self -- 1. The Meaning of "I"
  • Chapter 6: The Social Self -- 2. Various Phases of "I"
  • Chapter 7: Hostility
  • Chapter 8: Emulation
  • Chapter 9: Leadership or Personal Ascendancy
  • Chapter 10: The Social Aspect of Conscience
  • Chapter 11: Personal Degeneracy
  • Chapter 12: Freedom


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