The Norton History of the Human Sciences

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W. W. Norton & Company, 1997 - Всего страниц: 1036
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This erudite yet accessible volume in Norton's highly praised History of Science series tracks the long and circuitous path by which human beings came to see themselves and their societies as scientific subjects like any other. Beginning with the Renaissance's rediscovery of Greek psychology, political philosophy, and ethics, Roger Smith recounts how the human sciences gradually organized themselves around a scientific conception of psychology, and how this trend has continued to the present day in a circle of interactions between science and ordinary life, in which the human sciences have influenced and been influenced by popular culture.
 

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The History of the Human Sciences
3
The Dignity of
37
History
74
The Province of Natural
83
John Locke and the Natural History of the Soul
157
The Principles of Rational Science
184
G W Leibniz
190
Natural and Moral Philosophy
215
The Academic Disciplines of Psychology
492
The Academic Disciplines of Sociology
530
Psychological Society
575
of the Child
616
Natural Science and Objectivity
636
Reason and Unreason
701
The Individual and the Social
746
The Past and the Present
799

Human Diversity and Sociability
260
Political Economy
301
Culture of the Spirit
337
Academic Disciplines and Public Values
371
Auguste Comte and Karl Marx
421
Human Evolution
452
Notes
871
Bibliographic Essay
903
Body and Soul
984
Index
1009
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Roger Smith teaches the history of science and intellectual history at the University of Lancaster.

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