Integralism, Altruism, and Social Emancipation: A Sorokinian Model of Prosocial Behavior and Social Organization

@article{Johnston2001IntegralismAA,
  title={Integralism, Altruism, and Social Emancipation: A Sorokinian Model of Prosocial Behavior and Social Organization},
  author={Barry V. Johnston},
  journal={The Catholic Social Science Review},
  year={2001},
  volume={6},
  pages={41-55}
}
Integralism is simultaneously an epistemology, psychology, sociology of change and theory of history. As used here it provides the theoretical underpinnings of Sorokin’s general sociology and later works on altruism and social reconstruction. This paper explores the evolution of the concept from Social and Cultural Dynamics through his later works on the crisis of modernity, and the studies of social reconstruction at the Harvard Research Center in Creative Altruism. The results of this… 
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