Life-Doctrines in Conflict

  title={Life-Doctrines in Conflict},
  author={V. Branford},
  journal={The Sociological Review},
  pages={12 - 6}
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 a good re^on. The open-air student of sociology comes, sooner or later, to view the world-without and the world-within as an interlinked pair. He sees them as the unfolding and development of a flowerbud ; in which what was internal in the bud becomes external in the flower; and then, what is often… Expand
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