Sociological Papers

@article{FSociologicalP,
  title={Sociological Papers},
  author={H. F.},
  journal={Nature},
  volume={74},
  pages={29-29}
}
THOUGH hardly equal in interest to its precursor, the present volume contains some valuable contributions to sociology. First, and foremost in interest and importance, comes a paper on eugenics by Mr. Francis Galton. He argues that man, whether civilised or barbarian, has submitted to restrictions in marriage, and, therefore, that a new restriction in accordance with eugenics may be imposed. Mankind has borne the yoke of monogamy, endogamy, exogamy. He has recognised prohibited degrees of… Expand
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