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Motive and Caprice in Anthropology and History

W. D. Wallis
The Journal of Philosophy, Psychology and Scientific Methods
Vol. 17, No. 8 (Apr. 8, 1920), pp. 197-205
DOI: 10.2307/2940284
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/2940284
Page Count: 9
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Notes and References

This item contains 7 references.

[Footnotes]
  • 1
    Emil Boutroux, The Beyond that is Within, p. 46.
  • 3
    H. Morse Stephens, in American Historical Review (January, 1916).
  • 5
    E. B. Taylor, Nineteenth Century, Vol. 40, p. 89.
  • 6
    Contemporary Review (1872).
  • 7
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • E. C. Dewick, Primitive Christian Eschatology (1912).
    • Ranke: "First of all we must understand the world, and then desire the good, " Weltgeschichte, Vol. 9, p. 236.
  • 10
    This reference contains 8 citations:
    • De la di- vision du travail social (1893).
    • C. E. Gehlke's, Émile Durk- heimn's Contributions to Sociological Theory. (Columbia University Press: New York, 1915).
    • Revue philosophique, Vol. 52 (1901)
    • Bouglé, Le Procés de la sociologie biologique esp. p. 142 et seq.)
    • Tarde, La réalité sociale
    • Berne's l'Individu et société
    • Gaston Richard, Le Réalisme sociologique
    • Gustave Le Bon's review of L 'Année sociologique.
  • 11
    E. B. Tylor 's Primitive Culture, in Contemporary Re- view (1872), p. 222.