The Eclectic Legacy: Academic Philosophy and the Human Sciences in Nineteenth-Century France

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This book places the careers and writings of four pioneering French social scientists-Theodule Ribot, Alfred Espinas, Pierre Janet and Emile Durkheim-in the context of academic philosophy. Thus, both the intellectual legacy of academic philosophy and the originality of the early social scientists appear in a new and surprising light.

The Eclectic Legacy: Academic Philosophy and the Human Sciences in Nineteenth-Century France 1998, University of Delaware Press

ISBN-13: 9780874136487

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