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1. Super-Organic Evolution. 2. The Factors of Social Phenom

15. The Dynamics of Consciousness. 16. Partial Differentiation of Subject and Object.

9. Esthetic Sentiments.

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3. Original External Factors. 4. Original Internal Factors. 5. The Primitive Man-Physical. 6. The Primitive Man-Emotional. 7. The Primitive Man-Intellectual.

17. Completed Differentiation of Subject and Object.

18. Developed Conception of the Object.

THE PRINCIPLES OF SOCIOLOGY.

Vol. I. $2.00.

8. Primitive Ideas.

9. The Ideas of the Animate and the Inanimate.

10. The Ideas of Sleep and Dreams. 11. The Ideas of Swoon, Apoplexy, Catalepsy, Ecstasy, and other Forms of Insensibility. 12. The Ideas of Death and Resurrection.

7. Ego-Altruistic Sentiments. 8. Altruistic Sentiments.

CONTENTS.

PART I.-THE DATA OF SOCIOLOGY.

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22. Animal-Worship. 23. Plant-Worship. 24. Nature-Worship.

13. The Ideas of Souls, Ghosts, 25. Deities.

Spirits, Demons.

14. The Ideas of Another Life.

26. The Primitive Theory of Thinga 27. The Scope of Sociology.

PART II. THE INDUCTIONS OF SOCIOLOGY.

1. What is a Society?

2. A Society is an Organism.

3. Social Growth.

4. Social Structures.

5. Social Functions.

6. Systems of Organs.

PART III.-THE
1. The Maintenance of Species.
2. The Diverse Interests of the
Species, of the Parents, and
of the Offspring.

3. Primitive Relations of the Sexes.
4. Exogamy and Endogamy.
5. Promiscuity.

7. The Sustaining System.
8. The Distributing System.
9. The Regulating System.

10. Social Types and Constitutions
11. Social Metamorphoses.
12. Qualifications and Summary.
DOMESTIC RELATIONS.

1. Ceremony in general.

2. Trophies.

3. Mutilations.

4. Presents.

5. Visits.

6. Obeisances.

PART IV.-CEREMONIAL INSTITUTIONS. $1.25.

7. Forms of Address.
8. Titles.

9. Badges and Costumes.

10. Further Class-Distinctions.

Vol. II.

6. Polyandry.

7. Polygyny.
8. Monogamy.
9. The Family.

10. The Status of Women.

11. The Status of Children.

12. Domestic Retrospect and Prospect.

CONTENTS.

7. Compound Political Heads.

8. Consultative Bodies.

9. Representative Bodies.

Vol. II.

PART V.-POLITICAL INSTITUTIONS.

1. Preliminary.

2. Political Organization in gen

eral.

11. Fashion.

12. Ceremonial Retrospect and Prospect.

CONTENTS.

3. Political Integration.

4. Political Differentiation.

5. Political Forms and Forces.

6. Political Heads-Chiefs, Kings, etc.

10. Ministries.

11. Local Governing Agencies.
12. Military Systems.

13. Judicial and Executive Systems.
14. Laws.

15. Property.

16. Revenue.

17. The Militant Type of Society. 18. The Industrial Type of Society. 19. Political Retrospect and Pros. pect.

Vol. III.
In preparation.

SPENCER'S SYNTHETIC PHILOSOPHY.

THE PRINCIPLES OF MORALITY.

Vol. I.

PART I. THE DATA OF ETHICS. $1.25.

CONTENTS.

1. Conduct in general.

2. The Evolution of Conduct.
3. Good and Bad Conduct.
4. Ways of judging Conduct.
5. The Physical View.
6. The Biological View.
7. The Psychological View.
8. The Sociological View.
9. Criticisms and Explanations.

10. The Relativity of Pains and
Pleasures.

11. Egoism versus Altruism.
12. Altruism versus Egoism.
13. Trial and Compromise.
14. Conciliation.

15. Absolute Ethics and Relative
Ethics.

16. The Scope of Ethics.

Vol. II.
In preparation.

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This philosophical system differs from all its predecessors in being solidly based on the sciences of observation and induction; in representing the order and course of Nature; in bringing Nature and man, life, mind, and society, under one great law of action; and in developing a method of thought which may serve for practical guidance in dealing with the affairs of life.

"The only complete and systematic statement of the doctrine of evolution with which I am acquainted is that contained in Mr. Herbert Spencer's 'System of Philosophy,' a work which should be carefully studied by all who desire to know whither scientific thought is tending.” -T. H. HUXLEY.

"Mr. Spencer is one of the most vigorous as well as boldest thinker3 that English speculation has yet produced."--JOHN STUART MILL.

New York: D. APPLETON & CO., 1, 3, & 5 Bond Street.

THE MISCELLANEOUS WORKS

HERBERT SPENCER.

OF

EDUCATION:

INTELLECTUAL, MORAL, AND PHYSICAL.

1 vol. $1.25.

CONTENTS.

1 What Knowledge is of most 2. Intellectual Education.
Worth?
3. Moral Education.
4. Physical Education.

SOCIAL STATICS;

OR,

THE CONDITIONS ESSENTIAL TO HUMAN HAPPINESS SPECI FIED, AND THE FIRST OF THEM DEVELOPED.

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