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Social statics : the conditions essential to human happiness specified, and the first of them developed.

Author: Herbert Spencer
Publisher: New York : Robert Schalkenbach Foundation, 1954.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Spencer, Herbert, 1820-1903.
Social statics.
New York : Robert Schalkenbach Foundation, 1954
(OCoLC)763888366
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Herbert Spencer
OCLC Number: 6366398
Description: xvi, 430 pages ; 21 cm
Contents: The doctrine of expediency --
The doctrine of the moral sense --
Lemma I --
Lemma II --
Definition of morality --
The evanescence of evil --
The divine idea, and the conditions of its realization --
Derivation of a first principle --
Secondary derivation of a first principle --
First principle --
Application of this first principle --
The rights of life and personal liberty --
The right to the use of the earth --
The right of property --
The right of property in ideas --
The right of property in character --
The right of exchange --
The right of free speech --
Further rights --
The rights of women --
The rights of children --
Political rights --
The right to ignore the state --
The constitution of the state --
The duty of the state --
The limit of state duty --
The regulation of commerce --
Religious establishments --
Poor law --
National education --
Government colonization --
Sanitary supervision --
Currency, postal arrangements, etc. --
General considerations --
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