Lester F. Ward: The American Aristotle; a Summary and Interpretation of His Sociology

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Lester F. Ward
THE AMERICAN ARISTOTLE

A SUMMARY AND INTERPRETATION OF HIS SOCIOLOGY

by
SAMUEL CHUGERMAN

DUKE UNIVERSITY PRESS Durham, North Carolina 1939

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Sponsors vii
  • Contents ix
  • Illustrations xii
  • Tables and Charts xiii
  • Editorial Note 3
  • Introduction 7
  • Foreword 9
  • Preface 13
  • Acknowledgments 17
  • List of Abbreviations 18
  • Part I the Master-Builder of Sociology 19
  • Book I. the Man 21
  • Chapter I Biography 22
  • Chapter II Achievements 45
  • Chapter III a Buried Caesar 64
  • Part II the Foundations of Sociology: Genesis 79
  • Introductory Note 80
  • Book Ii. the Scientist-Philosopher 81
  • Chapter IV Science 82
  • Chapter V Philosophy 92
  • Chapter VI Method 97
  • Book Iii. the Biologist 111
  • Chapter VII the Nature of Matter 112
  • Chapter VIII the Origin of Life 119
  • Book Iv. the Psychologist 123
  • Chapter IX the Origin of Feeling 124
  • Chapter X the Origin of Mind 127
  • Book V. the Anthropologist 133
  • Chapter XI the Origin of Man 134
  • Book Vi. the Sociologist 143
  • Chapter XII the Origin of Society 144
  • Chapter XIII the Social Mechanism 151
  • Chapter XIV the Social Forces 159
  • Part III the Temple of Sociology: Synthesis 169
  • Note 170
  • Book Vii. the Synthesist 171
  • Chapter XV Positivism 172
  • Chapter XVI Evolutionism 183
  • Chapter XVII Sociology 190
  • Part IV the Domains of Sociology: Telesis 211
  • Note 212
  • Book Viii. the Monist 213
  • Chapter XVIII Rationalism 214
  • Chapter XIX Teleology 223
  • Chapter XX Religion 234
  • Chapter XXI Monism, the Religion of a Sociologist 244
  • Book Ix. the Philosopher of History 259
  • Chapter XXII Achievement and Civilization 260
  • Chapter XXIII the Ideological Interpretation of History 276
  • Book X: the Economist 285
  • Chapter XXIV the Economic Forces 286
  • Chapter XXV the Psychological Basis of Economics 296
  • Book Xi. the Sociocrat 301
  • Chapter XXVI Individualism and Collectivism 302
  • Chapter XXVII Sociocracy: the Ideal Government 319
  • Book Xii. the Liberal 347
  • Chapter XXVIII Liberty 348
  • Chapter XXIX Truth 358
  • Book Xiii. the Feminist 369
  • Chapter XXX the Sex Forces 370
  • Chapter XXXI Woman's Original Superiority 378
  • Book Xiv. the Environmentalist 397
  • Chapter XXXII Heredity and Environment 398
  • Chapter XXXIII Genius 409
  • Chapter XXXIV Inheritance and Opportunity 422
  • Book Xv. the Educationalist 443
  • Chapter XXXV Progress 444
  • Chapter XXVI Education, the Great Panacea 459
  • Chapter XXXVII the Principles and Methods of Education 477
  • Book Xvi. the Meliorist 497
  • Chapter XXXVIII Pessimism and Optimism 498
  • Chapter Xxxix Meliorism 508
  • Book Xvii. the Moralist 517
  • Chapter LX the Ethical Forces 518
  • Chapter LXI the New Ethics 531
  • Epilogue 554
  • Bibliography 559
  • Index of Names 561
  • General Index 565
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