The Resource Outlines of Social Philosophy

Outlines of Social Philosophy

Outlines of Social Philosophy
Outlines of Social Philosophy
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Outlines of Social Philosophy
  • 9. General Summary on Social Ideals
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  • Cover; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright Page; Dedication; Table of Contents; PREFACE; INTRODUCTION; 1. The Scope of Social Philosophy; 2. Its Relations to Other Subjects; 3. Its Method; 4. Its Early Beginnings; 5. Its Later Developments; 6. Its Central Problem; BOOK I THE FOUNDATIONS OF SOCIAL ORDER; CHAPTER I HUMAN NATURE; 1. Man's Place in the Cosmos; 2. Definition of Man; 3. Three Main Aspects of Human Life; 4. The Social Nature of Man; 5. Some Historical References.; CHAPTER II COMMUNITY; 1. The Natural Basis of Community; 2. The Conventional Element in Community
  • 3. The Conception of a Social Contract4. The Conception of Organic Unity; 5. Corporate Action; 6. The Conception of a General Will; 7. The Conception of a Common Good; 8. Spiritual Unity; 9. Social Differentiation.; CHAPTER III MODES OF ASSOCIATION; 1. Society and Societies; 2. Social Institutions; 3. The Place of Language; 4. Formative Institutions; 5. Economic Institutions; 6. Barbaric Institutions; 7. Governmental Institutions; 8. Cultural Institutions; 9. Interactions of Institutions; 10. The Meaning of Civilisation; 11. Plan of the following Chapters.; BOOK II NATIONAL ORDER
  • 4. Land and Capital, in Relation to Labour5. Property; 6. Wealth and Poverty; 7. Competition; 8. Individualism and Socialism; 9. Work and Leisure.; CHAPTER IV THE STATE; 1. What is a State?; (1) Society; (2) Community; (3) People; (4) Country; (5) Race; (6) Nationality; (7) Nation; (8) Government; (9) State; (10) Sovereign State; 2. The Natural Basis of the State; 3. The State as Force; 4. The State as Law-giver; 5. The State and the Family; 6. The State as Educator; 7. The State and Morality; 8. Forms of Government; 9. Local Government; 10. The Evolution of the State
  • CHAPTER I THE FAMILY1. The Natural Basis of the Family; 2. The Conventional Aspect of the Family; 3. The Child as Centre; 4. Eugenics; 5. Marriage; 6. Educational Functions of the Family; 7. Economic Functions of the Family; 8. Weaknesses of the Family.; CHAPTER II EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS; 1. The General Significance of Education; 2. The Functions of the School; 3. Technical Education; 4. Higher Education; 5. Supplementary Education; 6. Education and Leisure; 7. The State and Education.; CHAPTER III INDUSTRIAL INSTITUTIONS; 1. The Significance of Labour; 2. Division of Labour; 3, Cooperation
  • Note on Theories of the State1. The State as Personal; 2. The State as Superpersonal; 3. The State as Power; 4. The State as Mechanism; 5. The State as a Mode of Social Unity.; CHAPTER V JUSTICE; 1. General Conception oi Justice; 2. Distributive Justice; 3. Corrective Justice; 4. Justice in Exchange; 5. Reward and Punishment; 6. Equity; 7. Natural Rights; 8. Rights and Obligations.; CHAPTER VI SOCIAL IDEALS; 1. The General Significance of Ideals; 2. The Aristocratic Ideal; 3. The Democratic Ideal; 4. Fraternity; 5. Equality; 6. liberty; 7. Personal Development; 8. Efficiency
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