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On the Origin and Use of the Word "Sociology," and on the Relation of Sociological to Other Studies and to Practical Problems
  • V. Branford
  • Sociology
  • American Journal of Sociology
  • 1 September 1903
ONLY after a severe and protracted struggle has the word "sociology" established itself in international usage. It was introduced by Auguste Comte in the series of lecture courses which resulted inExpand
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The Founders of Sociology
  • V. Branford
  • Sociology
  • American Journal of Sociology
  • 1 July 1904
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The coming polity
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Survivals and Tendencies in the University
SURVIVALS AND TENDENCIES IN THE UNIVERSITY.^ IN a survey of the institutions of higher education, it is easier to recognize archaic survivals than to discern evolutionary tendencies. From SalamancaExpand
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Living Religions within the Empire
perhaps above all, yet he only first among peers. For Hellas was creative at once of morals and philosophy, of aesthetics and logic, and of the beginning of eveiy one of our modern sciences ; andExpand
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Science and Sanctity
instead of singing in chorus, took to shouting in rivalr^. TherV ensued pervasnre disharmony of soul, and consequent fracture of loyal^a^dTe^ of goodwill m mutua relations, throughout every communityExpand
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On the Calculation of National Resources
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Science and Citizenship
  • V. Branford
  • Sociology
  • American Journal of Sociology
  • 1 May 1906
I. An eminent sociologist has recently spoken of the "bankruptcy of science as to any choice of ideals of life," and we are told that "sociology, no more than mechanics or chemistry, has any policy."Expand
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A Free City and a World in Chains: Being an Interpretative Study of Geneva and the League of Nations
LET a preliminary note define the standpoint from w^hich this interpretative study sets out, and indicate its criteria of evaluation. A sociological study may presumably claim to be interpretative,Expand
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Life-Doctrines in Conflict
THE open-air mode of social study is not, as those who have never systematically practised it fancifully think, merely observational. It is also, in a deep sense, introspective. And, moreover, for aExpand
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