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Cambridge Studies in the History and Theory of Politics: Social Science and the Ignoble Savage by Ronald L. Meek Details

This 1976 book represents the emergence of a new theory of social and economic development in the second half of the eighteenth century, based on the idea that the main…

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This 1976 book represents the emergence of a new theory of social and economic development in the second half of the eighteenth century, based on the idea that the main factor in the development process is how men earn their living. Professor Mick follows the prehistoric theory of the theory of the four stages, from its emergence with French and Scottish Enlightenment intellectuals to its revision by critics and reviewers.

Argues that the theory was formed by literature about savage communities, especially Indian Americans. It is known that contemporary ideas of brutality influenced social science in the eighteenth century by generating criticism of society through the idea of ​​noble brutality.

However, it is not well known that it has also stimulated the emergence of a new theory of the development of society through the idea of ​​impossible brutality. This is the main subject of Professor Mik..



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