Evolutionary Theory in the Social Sciences, Volume 1

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William M. Dugger, Howard J. Sherman
Taylor & Francis, 2003 - Evolution - 280 pages
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Contents

General Introduction
1
The preconceptions of economic science 38
2
The reality of structural change 179
3
Extract from An Essay on the Principle of Population
11
Extracts from The Origin of Species
17
The materialist conception of nature
21
Contributions of Engels and Childe
35
Working rules and going concerns
41
Further contributions to evolutionary social science
129
History or technological determinism?
146
Later contributors multilinear evolution and institutional
151
DUGGER
153
Institutions
170
An evolutionary theory of the state and the market
182
The development of economic institutions
195
PA RT 3
213

The slave mode of production and The feudal mode
60
Historical tendency of capitalist accumulation
75
PART 1
98
What is human nature?
105
Veblen and Kropotkin on human evolution
114
The theory of human nature
117
a preliminary taxonomy
232
ideology power and
235
an institutional theory
248
intervention contra Pangloss
252
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WILLIAM M. DUGGER is Professor of Economics at DePaul University, Chicago.

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