Charles Cooley Quote

"SOCIETY and the Individual" is really the subject of this whole book, and not merely of Chapter One. It is my general aim to set forth, from various points of view, what the individual is, considered as a member of a social whole ; while the special purpose of this chapter is only to offer a preliminary statement of the matter, as I conceive it, afterward to be unfolded at some length and variously illustrated.


p. 1; Lead paragraph - Human Nature and the Social Order, 1902

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SOCIETY and the Individual is really the subject of this whole book, and not merely of Chapter One. It is my general aim to set forth, from various...

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SOCIETY and the Individual is really the subject of this whole book, and not merely of Chapter One. It is my general aim to set forth, from various...

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SOCIETY and the Individual is really the subject of this whole book, and not merely of Chapter One. It is my general aim to set forth, from various...

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SOCIETY and the Individual is really the subject of this whole book, and not merely of Chapter One. It is my general aim to set forth, from various...