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|Title:||Eighteenth-century anticipations of the sociology of conflict: The case of Adam Ferguson|
|Citation:||Journal of the History of Ideas: an international quarterly devoted to intellectual history, 2001; 62(2):281-299|
|Publisher:||J History Ideas|
|Abstract:||Adam Ferguson's account of conflict is discussed as an 18th-century anticipation of sociological thought. Topics include Ferguson's views on endogenous causes of conflict, war, factional conflict and constitutional government, sport and play, progress and civilization, social intimacy and civic virtue.|
|Description:||Copyright 2001 by the Journal of the History of Ideas, Inc.|
|Appears in Collections:||Aurora harvest|
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