Henry Carey

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In existographies, Henry Carey (162-76 BE) (1793-1879 ACM) (IQ:180|#142) (SN:10) (CR:106) (LH:1) (TL:107|#100) was an American American physio-chemical science based sociologist and economist, noted for []

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The following are quotes by Carey:

“The laws which govern matter in all its forms, whether that of coal, clay, iron, pebble stones, trees, oxen, horses, or men, are the same; man is the molecule of society; and social interaction operates under the great law of molecular gravitation.”
— Henry Carey (1858), Principles of Social Science (aggregate quote, pgs. 41-43, 62); cited by Pitirim Sorokin (1928) in Contemporary Sociological Theories (pg. 13); cited by Alan Sica (2012) in "Classical Sociology Theory" (pg. 86) [1]

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References

  1. (a) Sorokin, Pitirim. (1928). Contemporary Sociological Theories (pdf) (§1: The Mechanistic School (pdf) (pg. #). Harper.
    (b) Sica, Alan. (2012). “Classical Sociological Theory”, in: The Wiley-Blackwell Companion to Sociology (editor: George Ritzer) (Carey, pg. 86). Wiley.

Works

  • Carey, Henry C. (1858). The Principles of Social Science, Volume One. Lippincott.
  • Carey, Henry C. (1858). The Principles of Social Science, Volume Two. Lippincott.
  • Carey, Henry C. (1859). The Principles of Social Science, Volume Three. Lippincott.
  • Carey, Henry. (1868). Manual of Social Science: Being a Condensation of the Principles of Social Science. Baird.

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