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In contrast to Comte, Spencer not only set out his understanding of the subject-matter and tasks of sociology but also, in fact, realised the principles he proclaimed. His Principles of Sociology was essentially the first attempt to construct an integral sociological system on ethnographic material. Under the heading ‗The Data of Sociology‘ he tried to reconstruct theoretically the physical, emotional, intellectual, and especially the religious life of primitive man, and to bring out the origin of his main ideas and notions.
First Principles (Williams and Norgate, London, 1890), pp 346-347. 10 Herbert Spencer. The Study of Sociology, p 401. 11 Herbert Spencer. First Principles, p 239. 12 Herbert Spencer. Social Statics, p 80. 13 Robert C. Perrin. Herbert Spencer‘s Four Theories of Social Evolution. In: The American Journal of Sociology, 1976, 81, 6: 1339-1359. 14 Richard Hofstadter. , 1955). 15 V. I. Lenin. The Economic Content of Narodism and the Criticism of It in Mr. Struve‘s Book. Collected Works, Vol. 1 (Progress Publishers, Moscow, 1986), p 412.
G. Sumner). Proponents of a psychological orientation, on the contrary, criticised him for his naturalism. The crisis of evolutionism at the turn of the century evoked sharp criticism of Spencer. But Durkheim had already seen in him the forerunner of the functionalist trend. 20 Later, however, he was cited less and less. 21 Historians of sociology of 1940-50 agreed with that. The advent of neo-evolutionism, on the one hand, and of cybernetics and the systems approach, on the other, again raised interest in the West in him, and he was seen as a precursor of these new currents, although they were not born, of course, on foundation of Spencerism.
A History of Classical Sociology (Student's Library) by Igor Kon (Editor)