Select Historical and Philosophical Roots of Modern Sociology

Select Historical and Philosophical Roots of Modern Sociology

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AGE OF FAITH (FEUDALISM) Select Historical and Philosophical Roots of Modern Sociology 1700s THE ENLIGHTENMENT English Empiricism Scottish Moral Philosophy AGE OF REVOLUTION German Idealism French Utopian Socialism T. Hobbes J. Locke 1800s Adam Smith J.J. Rousseau E. Kant G.W. Hegel 1900s Emile Durkheim (1858-1917) Max Weber
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Unformatted text preview: (1864-1920) H. Spencer (1820-1903) Karl Marx (1818-1883) August Comte (1798-1857) Darwin Newton (CAPITALISM) STRUCTURAL FUNCTIONALISM CONFLICT/ MARXISM SYMBOLIC INTERACTION G.H. Mead (1863-1931) Freud Exchange Drama Ethno Method Major Theoretical Perspectives Science...
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