The Sociology of Behaviour and Psychology: Society and Nature: A Sociological Inquiry (International Library of Sociology) (Volume 12) ebook
by Hans Kelsen
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Society and Nature book. Society and Nature: A Sociological Inquiry. London: K. Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner & C. Lt. viii, 391 pp. Reprinted 2000 by The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. LCCN 99-054869. He shows how primitive man Kelsen, Hans.
Hans Kelsen The Sociology of Behaviour and Psychology: Society and Nature: A Sociological Inquiry (International Library of Sociology) (Volume 12). ISBN 13: 9780415177962.
not supernatural but the "natural" consequence of his social interpretation of nature. Стр. 289 Of the primitive man's notion of the world, he writes: "His view of the world is not at all mystical. He does not believe more than we, but rather less than many of our contemporaries, in the intervention of superior beings; his physics is not ours.
Sociology has different nature in society. It is different from other sciences in certain respects. It is not treated and studied as a branch of any other science, like philosophy or political philosophy, or history. As an independent science is has its own field of study, boundary and method.
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Society and nature: a sociological inquiry. 1946, K. Paul, Trench, Trubner & c. ltd. in English. 7.
Society and nature: a sociological inquiry. 1943, The University of Chicago Press.
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Books : Society and Nature (International Library of Sociology) (Paperback) The influential jurist Hans Kelsen 1881-1973] here applies his concept of the distinction between society and nature. He shows how primitive man developed his interpretation of nature, through the laws of retribution and of causality, to a modern concept of nature and society. He holds that the gradual emancipation of the law of causality from the principle of retribution is "the emancipation froma social interpretation of nature.