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Herbert Spencer

Herbert Spencer (27 April 1820 – 8 December 1903) was an English philosopher, biologist, sociologist, and prominent classical liberal political theorist of the Victorian era.

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Was that James Stimson or Herbert Spencer being interviewed??
you have a picture of Herbert Spencer who is a relation of mine. Would you be able to tell me where you got the picture from please?
I'm surprised how thoughtful Herbert Spencer was. This is a quote from him printed in the book "The Story of Philos…
"... a man in everlasting ignorance - that principle is contempt prior to investigation.". Herbert Spencer. Big Blue Book appndx. II
Richard Spencer et al are holding a white supremacy event in Charlottesville. This is their chant.
The ultimate result of shielding men from the effects of folly is to fill the world with fools. -Herbert Spencer
It's just a thinning of the heard. You know, Darwinism. Survival of the fittest, Her…
How is it that Liberalism, getting more & more into power, has grown more & more coercive in its legislation? Herbert Spencer.
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April 27th is the date on which Herbert Spencer - a famous British evolutionary thinker - was born in 1820.
Survival of the fittest was not a phrase coined by Darwin. He borrowed it from the economist Herbert Spencer, on Wallace'…
Herbert Spencer: "as the evil decreases the denunciation of it increases."
Education: "Education has for its object the formation of character." Herbert Spencer
Herbert Spencer: "the more things improve, the louder become the exclamations about their badness."
I think we look especially saucy. I'd rate that.
my 1st listen of Underneath the Stars; Herbert Spencer-was he heavily influenced by the work of Postman Pat?
Charles Darwin's 'The origin of Species' was published today 1859, w the phrase 'The survival of the fittest' borrowed from Herbert Spencer!
Charles Darwin's most famous phrase was borrowed from philosopher Herbert Spencer.
— Herbert Spencer: "No one can be perfectly free till all are free,
Social Darwinism: created by Herbert Spencer's infamous tautology 'survival of the fittest'
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How sad. Herbert Spencer did. But who cares, right?
“The Great aim of education is not knowledge, but action.”- Herbert Spencer
Jack London referred to Herbert Spencer in many of his novels.
"Late, but finally the right thing for British Columbians" - Spencer Chandra Herbert on the transgender bill
buried in Highgate Cemetary, next to philosopher Herbert Spencer. Corner known as Marx & Spencer
"Society exists for the benefit of its members – not the members for the benefit of society." – Herbert Spencer
"Time is that which man is always trying to kill, but which ends in killing him." Herbert Spencer
Progress, therefore, is not an accident, but a necessity... it is part of nature.--Herbert Spencer
oh yeah when I come round tomorrow 😂
I agree, it's for your benefit anyway
Yes, the great Herbert Spencer. We must develop better socio ecological niches ...sharing ideas here!
You will survive! Thank you to Herbert Spencer and Social Darwinism ... survival of the fittest
"The great aim of is not knowledge but action." - Herbert Spencer. is a compass to guide not replace it.
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MLAs, Do u support protections for trans+ folks?
Transgender human rights bill would pass, if the government allows a vote MLA says
"[T]he most disastrous effect of democracy...was the growth of a powerful and potentially permanent bureaucracy." https…
"We do not commonly see in a tax a diminution of freedom, and yet it clearly is one." by Herbert Spencer
Transgender human rights bill would pass if MLA's are allowed to vote on it MLA Spencer Chandra Herbert says
Life is the continuous adjustment of internal relations to external relations. ~Herbert Spencer
Cover of Typographica magazine No. 7 (new series), edited by Herbert Spencer, 1963
Herbert Spencer did exactly the same with 'survival of the fittest'.
But I'll agree Hitler (and Nietszche and Herbert Spencer etc) but a secular paeudo-scientific spin on it
When a man's knowledge is not in order, the more of it he has the greater will be his confusion. - Herbert Spencer
The Book Shelf: Herbert Spencer on the Evolution of Religion by WH Hudson 1908..
we classical Liberals (see The New Toryism, Herbert Spencer) were forced into a coaltion with you Tories by modern Liberals
also fault of Social Darwinists like Herbert Spencer. Colonialism imported this to colonies
The reason I don't like Governor Herbert is a) he doesn't hold sportsman's interests in any regard b) he only cares about land development
Governor Herbert, continuing to not have Utahns best interests at heart long he been in office now?
We are now in a Global Economy .Herbert Spencer "Organic Metaphor ' applies. China 's downward trend is effecting Indian Economy
"The wise man must remember that while he is a descendant of the past, he is a parent of the future." Herbert Spencer
And people have a beef with PP? Massive dysgenics in this group. Herbert Spencer was right about this!
In the familiar definition of Herbert Spencer, science is organized knowledge.5-1
Quote by Herbert Spencer "There is a principle which is a bar against all information, which is proof against all...
Yes. Kieran Egan gives its provenance, from Herbert Spencer. Rousseau in some sense is godfather. Dewey took over from Spencer,
Nothing will keep a man in everlasting ignorance as much as "contempt PRIOR to investigation" ~ attributed to Herbert Spencer
The first track to Star Wars was composed and conducted by John Williams and orchestrated by Herbert Spencer (who or
. It was Herbert Spencer not Darwin who proposed Social Darwinism
Francis Galton and Herbert Spencer who conceived of eugenics were Victorian Englishmen.
what do you of Herbert Spencer's surveil of the fittest?
Civilization is a progress from an indefinite, incoherent homogeneity toward a definite, coherent heterogeneity.- Herbert Spencer
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In science the important thing is to modify and change one's ideas as science advances. ~Herbert Spencer
In memory of Herbert Spencer, Shyamji Verma set up the Foundation, to help Indian students in England then financially.
Herbert Spencer's saying "Resistance to aggression is not simply justified, but imperative" was what inspired Shyamji.
Shyamji Verma was personally inspired by Swami Dayananda and the teachings of Herbert Spencer.
The Rule like Herbert Spencer's 'survival of the fittest' is invalidity just a tautology of cause & effect
Herbert Spencer shoed in crass selfishness using his tautological "survival of the fittest" for the right.
Herbert Spencer ... says he feels the better for reading it – really words to be treasured up. George Eliot, re: Adam B…
Remember folks, you must either allow the rule of Thomas Malthus and Herbert Spencer's love child rule or you are a Joseph Stalin fanboy.
Nice piece in in Saturday's - do go see if you have the chance .
Marriage: A word which should be pronounced "mirage". - Herbert Spencer
Herbert Spencer: "The preservation of health is a duty. Few seem conscious that there is such a thing as physical morality."
‘Herbert Spencer on status and contract’.
Herbert Spencer coined the term "survival of the fittest". He was the only of 8 children to reach adulthood.
and socio-political expropriations of Charles Darwin's biological science were made by Herbert Spencer, Thomas Malthus, Francis Galton, and
Herbert Spencer 1820-1903 british philosopher survival of the fittest
Herbert Spencer wrote about mans right to ignore the State ^_^
As you may know, Herbert Spencer's tautology utterly misrepresented Darwin & Darwinism.
I think so. At that time people were trying to combat the right wing dominance of Herbert Spencer's "survival of the fittest"
* * " Su Papa vive en Curacao ". We are " the survivals of the fittest ". Herbert Spencer. Love , Mr. Chameleon.
Hero-worship is strongest where there is least regard for human freedom. ~Herbert Spencer
Preach from our very own Herbert Spencer 🙌
Every cause produces more than one effect. — Herbert Spencer
She was inspired by Herbert Spencer, who said the "poor" should die. RW Elitism.
Also you're confusing the works of Herbert Spencer and Social Darwinism with Evolution.
'The aim of Education is not knowledge but action'- Herbert Spencer. Wonderful Success Class This Morning!
Nice, he looks like a young Jonathon Rhys Meyers.
George H. Smith discusses Spencer’s fear that democracy will destroy in the long run:
And one who gets his mate Herbert Spencer to hack into Police equipment.
Quote: Science is organized knowledge, wisdom is organized life. Immanuel Kant? Herbert Spencer? Will Durant?
"""Be bold, be bold, and everywhere be bold.""- Herbert Spencer"
Opinion is ultimately determined by the feelings, and not by the intellect, -- Herbert Spencer
Which one of the following is the pioneer of bureaucracy?. a. Karl Marx. b. Max Weber . c. Auguste Comte. d. Herbert Spencer. . . . . . . . . . b
This week on the Excursions George H. Smith continues his series on the life of Herbert Spencer:
This week on the Excursions we begin a series on the life of the libertarian philosopher Herbert Spencer:
The World~"A living thing is distinguished from a dead thing by the multiplicity of the changes taking place in it"~Herbert Spencer
Our lives are universally shortened by our ignorance (Herbert Spencer)
The law is the survival of the fittest. The law is not the survival of the 'better' or... (Herbert Spencer)
TODAY'S BIRTHDAYS | In 1905, Herbert W. Spencer was born on this date in Santiago, Chile.
Bahamian times: The survival of the fittest. The phrase “survival of the fittest” was coined by Herbert Spencer...
Every time an anarchist praises a politician named Paul, the ghost of Herbert Spencer cries and the ghost of Spooner barfs.
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... influenced by (I also think these guys must've read Herbert Spencer's essay on the New Toryism.)
Such a shame Herbert Spencer didn't understand better & coined "Survival of the most integrated." History of may have been better
The expression often used by Mr. Herbert Spencer, of the Survival of the Fittest, is more accurate, & is sometimes equally convenient-Darwin
Old forms of government finally grow so oppressive, that they must be thrown off even at the risk of reigns of terror. Herbert Spencer
The Man versus The State by Herbert Spencer 1884 powerful arguments for limited government [apply today] via
It's all about "The Great aim of Edu'n is not Knowledge, but ACTION!!-Herbert Spencer. ALL YEAR LONG!!
Man cn work mor effectively if he s gven da fredm, no interruptions, no tax or regulations except 4 doz dat affect others - Herbert spencer.
Sociology: Herbert Spencer (1820-1903), born in Derby and credited with founding the study of Sociology. . Spencer was a philosopher,...
"The great aim of education is no knowledge but action." Herbert Spencer
"Marriage: A word which should be pronounced 'mirage'...".
Hitler was indeed influenced by Darwin and Herbert Spencer in his justification for killing "inferior races."
Education has 4 its object the formation of character. Herbert Spencer.
To play billiards well was a sign of an ill-spent youth. ~Herbert Spencer
Christian Mower with Gov Herbert and First Lady and a LG Spencer Cox photobomb.
"People are beginning to see that the first requisite to success . in life is to be a good animal." . --Herbert Spencer, EDUCATION, p. 186
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Grand Chief Stewart Phillip and NDP MLA Spencer Herbert will be at protest site around 12-1 today
Darwin did not invent the phrase “survival of the fittest”, it was coined by Herbert Spencer in The Economist in 1864.
- Herbert Spencer: "Do not try to produce an ideal child, it would find no fitness in this world."
Social Darwinism, not only in the sense of Herbert Spencer but also Sir Francis Galton, must be revived. Kevin B. MacDonald is a maverick.
“Any Muslim who has Syphilis must not be cured by Salvarsan discovered by a Jew, Dr. Ehrlich. He should not even try to find out whether he has Syphilis, because the Wasserman Test is the discovery of a Jew. If a Muslim suspects that he has Gonorrhea, he must not seek diagnosis, because he will be using the method of a Jew named Neissner. “A Muslim who has heart disease must not use Digitalis, a discovery by a Jew, Ludwig Traube. Should he suffer with a toothache, he must not use Novocaine, a discovery of the Jews, Widal and Weil. If a Muslim has Diabetes, he must not use Insulin, the result of research by Minkowsky, a Jew. If one has a headache, he must shun Pyramidon and Antypyrin, due to the Jews, Spiro and Ellege. Muslims with convulsions must put up with them because it was a Jew, Oscar Leibreich, who proposed the use of Chloral Hydrate. Arabs must do likewise with their psychic ailments because Freud, father of psychoanalysis, was a Jew. Should a Muslim child get Diphtheria, he must refrain from ...
Herbert Spencer founded the principle of "survival of the fittest".
Herbert spencer, the wordy racist that no one really likes to read
Govt took on more & more duties & over time it seemed govt had always done these things. Herbert Spencer in 1884.
I wonder if Charles Darwin didn't write 'Origin Of The Species' and if Herbert Spencer didn't interpret is falsely, would racism exist?
(4) This phrase was first mentioned by english philosopher Herbert Spencer for his Evolutionism political theory and not by Charles Darwin
Learn about the friendship of Herbert Spencer, John Chapman, and George Eliot.
Eugenics has nothing to do w/ evolution by natural selection and all to do w/ Francis Galton and Herbert Spencer.
Herbert and Spencer need to update grades. Like rn 👏
Thought for the day "In a popularly-governed nation, the government is simply a committee of management." - Herbert Spencer
“Thus, as civilization advances, does government decay. To the bad it is essential; to the good, not. It is the check which national wickedness makes to itself, and exists only to the same degree. Its continuance is proof of still-existing barbarism. What a cage is to the wild beast, law is to the selfish man. Restraint is for the savage, the rapacious, the violent; not for the just, the gentle, the benevolent. All necessity for external force implies a morbid state. Dungeons for the felon; a strait jacket for the maniac; crutches for the lame; stays for the weak-backed; for the infirm of purpose a master; for the foolish a guide; but for the sound mind in a sound body none of these. Were there no thieves and murderers, prisons would be unnecessary. It is only because tyranny is yet rife in the world that we have armies. Barristers, judges, juries, all the instruments of law, exist simply because knavery exists. Magisterial force is the sequence of social vice, and the policeman is but the complement of ...
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Education is the ability to meet life's situations-Dr.John G.Hibben n "the great aim of education z not knowledge bt action"-Herbert Spencer
A ceremony in which rings are put on the finger of the lady and through the nose of the gentleman., by Herbert Spencer
Whtever ur opinion. Bcz opinion is ultimately determined by the feelings, not by the intelect. - Herbert Spencer.
1. In my many years I have come to a conclusion that one useless man is a shame, two is a law firm, and three or more is a congress. -- John Adams 2. If you don't read the newspaper you are uninformed, if you do read the newspaper you are misinformed. -- Mark Twain 3. Suppose you were an *** And suppose you were a member of Congress. But then I repeat myself. -- Mark Twain 4. I contend that for a nation to try to tax itself into prosperity is like a man standing in a bucket and trying to lift himself up by the handle. --Winston Churchill 5. A government which robs Peter to pay Paul can always depend on the support of Paul. – George Bernard Shaw 6. A liberal is someone who feels a great debt to his fellow man, which debt he proposes to pay off with your money. -- G. Gordon Liddy 7. Democracy must be something more than two wolves and a sheep voting on what to have for dinner. --James Bovard, Civil Libertarian (1994) 8. Foreign aid might be defined as a transfer of money from poor people in rich countr .. ...
Volumes might be written upon the impiety of the pious. Herbert Spencer
Herbert Spencer, philosopher, believed that education is a process of drawing out and putting into use the talents and abilities which are present in the person to be educated. In other words, education is simply a means to release your talents.
Herbert Spencer was an incredible prophet and a magnificent defender of laissez-faire. Among his numerous works is The Man Versus The State, first published in 1884. That book launched one of the most spirited attacks on statism ever written. He ridiculed the idea that government intervention of any…
Coming from the heart of one of the 20th Century's most notorious RACIST, this comes as no surprise except this quote does not address what ethnicity she usually chooses to target. Like so many Eugenicists of her day, she came under the influence of Herbert Spencer, Thomas Malthus, Francis Galton and Stewart Chamberlain Houston.
Technical problems seem to have resolved themselves: On April 27th in history: In 1667 the blind and impoverished English poet and revolutionary John Milton sold the copyright of “Paradise Lost” for £10. In 1737 Edward Gibbon, English historian and politician, was born. In 1759 Mary Wollstonecroft, English feminist philosopher, was born. In 1790 During the French Revolution the radical Club de Cordeliers was founded. In 1791 Samuel Morse, American painter and co-inventor of Morse code, was born. In 1820 Herbert Spencer, English sociologist and philosopher, was born. In 1822 Ulysses S. Grant, American general and politician, was born. In 1861 after Virginia voted to leave the Union and join the Confederacy at the start of the American civil War, the north-western counties seceded and formed West Virginia as part of the union. In 1882 Ralph Waldo Emerson, American poet, died. In 1904 the Australian Labor Party becomes the first such party to form a government. In 1910 in Ottoman Empire the Young Turks ...
bless d memory of August Comte, Emile Durkheim, Herbert Spencer, Karl Marx, Max Vebber, Ibn Khadoum et al who are d founding fathers of sociology 4 their IMMENSE contributions 2 d@ gr8 descipline. One thing I'll never 4get about them and what they taught is dthey didn't just talk about social problems; they PROFFERED solutions every single time and that's what makes an ordinary man a Super Man-d solutions/answers d@ d people are dying 4. I hope our leaders learn d@ all-important lesson in d school of leadership.
I forgot itwas throwback Thursday. Genesis 1:1 NASB In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth. Fyi. TIME (beginning) FORCE (God) ACTION (created) SPACE (heavens) MATTER (earth)... These are the element necessary for anything to exist, so stated Herbert Spencer, a 19th C. British mathematician, philosopher, Nobel Prize nominee and atheist. He stated those elements in that order, too.
7 well-known sayings attributed to the wrong person: "Anybody who hates children and dogs can't be all bad" attributed to W. C. Fields, actually said by Leo Rosten at a dinner introducing Fields. "Go west, young man! " attributed to Horace Greeley, actually said by John Doule in an article in the Terre Haute Express, 1851. "Everybody talks about the weather, but nobody does anything about it!" attributed to Mark Twain actually Charles Dudley Warner in an editorial published in the Hartford Courant, 1897. "Survival of the fittest." attributed to Charles Darwin, actually Herbert Spencer from Principles of Biology, part 11, chapter 12. "That government is best which governs least." attributed to founding father Thomas Jefferson, actually Henry David Thoreau (who put it in quotation marks in Civil Disobedience and called it a "motto"). "Cleanliness is next to godliness." Often thought to be in The Bible, actually from the sermons of John Wesley (Sermons, No. 93, "on Dress"). "A journey of a thousand miles mus ...
Really really really need to make sure that in my presentation I say Herbert Spencer and not Herbert Sherbet as I have somehow started doing!
This week's quotes are from the beloved Maya Angelou, Diego Marchi and Herbert Spencer.Check out the quotes this week...
From to the claim that evolution is a religion 1. Evolution merely describes part of nature. The fact that that part of nature is important to many people does not make evolution a religion. Consider some attributes of religion and how evolution compares: Religions explain ultimate reality. Evolution stops with the development of life (it does not even include the origins of life). Religions describe the place and role of humans within ultimate reality. Evolution describes only our biological background relative to present and recent human environments. Religions almost always include reverence for and/or belief in a supernatural power or powers. Evolution does not. Religions have a social structure built around their beliefs. Although science as a whole has a social structure, no such structure is particular to evolutionary biologists, and one does not have to participate in that structure to be a scientist. Religions impose moral prescriptions on their members. Evolution does not. Evolution has been use ...
AnalyzePeople: ... the ministry, for which he was educated. Herbert Spencer was a failure as an engineer, though he struggled years in ...
Most def. Herbert Spencer must've turned on his grave when he coined
However insignificant the minority, and however trifling the proposed trespass against their rights, no such trespass is permissible. – Herbert Spencer (from "The Right To Ignore The State")
...skill such as yours is evidence of a misspent youth. ― Herbert Spencer
What's going on? Herbert Spencer, Freedom, and Empire - Global Economic Intersection
Every man is free to do that which he wills, provided he infringes not the equal freedom of any other man. ❁ Herbert Spenc…
"Herbert Spencer"called 4 limitation of state power so extensive..included an individual’s right 2 “ignore the state"
imagine all dis men are still making my life miserable.. Karl Marx august Comte talcott parsons Herbert Spencer max webber..
DEFINITION OF SOCIOLOGY 'Sociology' which had once been treated as social philosophy, or the philosophy of the history, emerged as an independent social science in 19th century. Auguste Comte, a Frenchman, is traditionally considered to be the father of sociology. Comte is accredited with the coining of the term sociology (in 1839). "Sociology" iscomposed of two words : socius, meaning companion or associate; and 'logos', meaning science or study. The etymological meaning of "sociology" is thus the science of society. John Stuart Mill, another social thinker and philosopher of the 19th century, proposed the word ethology for this new science. Herbert Spencer developed his systematic study of society and adopted the word "sociology" in his works. With the contributions of Spencer and others it (sociology) became the permanent name of the new science. The question 'what is sociology' is indeed , a question pertaining to the definition of sociology. No student can rightfully be expected to enter on a field o ...
MT MLA Spencer Chandra Herbert shocked by attack at his office
police investigating attack on MLA staffer as hate crime
“MLA says homophobic man punched door, attacked staffer
Spencer Chandra Herbert's office site of homophobic attack -
I have been looking for this, in vain, for years. Anybody have a copy? Some Reflections on Herbert Spencer's Doctrine that Progress is Differentiation Robert Charles Kirkwood Ensor Oxford University Press, 1946
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Much needed reminders that the days of *** bashing aren't over - even in Canada.
MLA says homophobic man punched door, attacked staffer
Spencer Chandra Herbert's office site of homophobic attack
MLA Spencer Chandra Herbert has the same coffee cup probably because it was available to ppl who work in the Legislature.
Statement from on homophobic violence in his community office:
Excited to discover that both Herbert Spencer and Charles Darwin cite Edward Bulwer-Lytton in their Autobiographies. Spencer Chandra Herbert's office site of homophobic attack - A man has been arrested...
Thank you for your courage Spencer Chandra Herbert...
MLA Spencer Chandra Herbert shocked by homophobic attack at his office via
Spencer Chandra Herbert talked about in on Wed. (Feb. 26), in the wake of his attack
Spencer Chandra Herbert's statement on homophobic violence in his community office New Democrat Official Opposition
NDP MLA says homophobic attack at his office will only "redouble" his efforts …
Good grief. Did Rob Ford sneak back into Vancouver when no one was looking? MLA Herbert victim of pride flag attack.
Statement from Spencer Chandra Herbert on homophobic violence in his community office via
Vancouver MLA's assistant assaulted in homophobic attack
MLA Spencer Chandra Herbert alleges his assistant was assaulted in homophobic attack at his office
Herbert spencer, in 1903, said that all existance fell into 5 catagories in this order: time force action space go read Genesis 1:1
Sociology is turning out to be an amazing subject to learn. studying human behavior, understanding that people are the way they are not only because of how they grew up. but because of the social norms and laws binded to them by other people and the government. so many theories built around us. Adapt to survive, Conflicts to provide an answer, symbols we know to connect us. that religion and culture is the one thing that makes us all different. there are so many wonderful cultures and sub-cultures. also learning that evil in the mind may not be a result of the devil or even a disease. but simply the lifestyle they lived in. Human being believe they must follow rules and ideas to meet the status quo of every other human because life pounded it into their head. That social class and the standards must be high. WE are not meant to live in this alone so why are we enemies? why does life have to be a competition? why must everyone have a title? Why do you need a ring to be together when you just can? Why must ...
Origin of religious beliefs The earliest evidence of religious ideas dates back several hundred thousand years to the Middle and Lower Paleolithic periods. Archaeologists refer to apparent intentional burials of early *** sapiens from as early as 300,000 years ago as evidence of religious ideas. Other evidence of religious ideas include symbolic artifacts from Middle Stone Age sites in Africa. However, the interpretation of early paleolithic artifacts, with regard to how they relate to religious ideas, remains controversial. Archeological evidence from more recent periods is less controversial. A number of artifacts from the Upper Paleolithic (50,000-13,000) are generally interpreted by scientists as representing religious ideas. Examples of Upper Paleolithic remains associated with religious beliefs include the lion man, the Venus figurines, cave paintings from Chauvet Cave and the elaborate ritual burial from Sungir. In the 19th century, various theories were proposed regarding the origin of religion, . ...
“Our lives are universally shortened by our ignorance.” BY: Herbert Spencer
“ . . . the vast mass of existing gods or divine persons, when we come to analyze them, do actually turn out to be dead and deified human beings. . . . I believe that corpse worship is the protoplasm of religion.” On this date in 1848, Charles Grant Blairfindie Allen was born in Canada. The versatile and prolific author of nonfiction and fiction was well-known to famous contemporaries. The son of a minister, Allen studied at the College Imperial of Dieppe, the King Edward's School of Birmingham, and Oxford University. He taught at a college for Blacks at Spanish Town, Jamaica, for four years, where his agnostic and other progressive views matured. He returned to England and began writing books. His well-regarded Physiological Aesthetics (1877) was dedicated to Herbert Spencer. Other books include Vignettes from Nature (1881), The Evolutionist at Large (1881), The Colours of Flowers (1882), and The Evolution of the Idea of God (1897). Admirers included Huxley and Darwin. Allen's later writings were mos ...
Education of the process of preparing oneself for complete living in future'' (Herbert Spencer)
Be it or be it not true that Man is shapen in iniquity and conceived in sin, it is unquestionably true that Government is begotten of aggression, and by aggression. Herbert Spencer, 1850. Nock, Albert Jay (2010-12-23). Our Enemy, the State (LvMI) (Kindle Locations 5-6). Ludwig von Mises Institute. Kindle Edition.
Education is a systematic process through which a child or an adult acquires knowledge, experience, skill and sound attitude. It makes an individual civilized, refined, cultured and educated. For a civilized and socialized society, education is the only means. Its goal is to make an individual perfect. Every society gives importance to education because it is a panacea for all evils. It is the key to solve the various problems of life. Education has been described as a process of waking up to life: · Waking up to life and its mysteries, its solvable problems and the ways to solve the problems and celebrate the mysteries of life. · Waking up to the inter-dependencies of all things, to the threat to our global village, to the power within the human race to create alternatives, to the obstacles entrenched in economic, social and political structures that prevent our waking up. - Education in the broadest sense of the term is meant to aid the human being in his/her pursuit of wholeness. Wholeness implies th ...
I've heard it said a lot that the Theory of Evolution and atheism in general are in support of eugenics. So first off what is eugenics and why would Evolution be linked to it? Well eugenics is simply the practice of selective breeding to ensure that we foster good genetic traits, while also cutting down on the prevelance of bad genetic traits. It's basically what we've been doing with everything form corn to horses over the last several thousand years. The idea is pretty sound - if we forbid breeding in those people who for example have sickle cell anaemia, then with time the gene will totally vanish from the human population (barring de novo mutations). This would, in the long run, make us as a species much more capable and healthy. Now since evolution is built around Herbert Spencer's 'survival of the fittest' it does seem to be rather in line with eugenics. "Nature kills off the weak, so why shouldn't man?" - this is what it comes down to. But you actually see very few biologists advocating eugenics (i ...
"It was Herbert Spencer (a scientist) who announced to the scientific world that everything that exists in the universe falls into one of five categories; time, force, action, space, and matter...'In the beginning' -that's time; 'God' -that's force; 'created '-that's action; 'the heavens' -that's space; 'and the earth' -that's matter. -John MacArthur
“Love is life's end, but never ending. Love is life's wealth, never spent, but ever spending. Love's life's reward, rewarded in rewarding.”-Herbert Spencer
Life itself is a purposeful inner adaptation to external circumstances. (Herbert Spencer)
Certificate is a ticket while Sabiticate is the real thing. I can recall in Sociology of Education Herbert Spencer said and i quote "Education does not depend on the amount of books you read in school but the expertise/knowledge that can be recall"
In 1909, renowned scientist Herbert Spencer died. He won numerous accolades for his concept that EVERYTHING--EVERYTHING--can fit into these categories: TIME, FORCE, ACTION, SPACE, and MATTER. Although it wasn't his intention, Spencer had described Genesis 1:1 PERFECTLY. TIME = In the beginning FORCE = God ACTION = created SPACE = the heaven MATTER = and the earth You gotta love science-
Met one of those issues I posted about a while back. I KNOW THERE ARE SOME EXTREME CASES AND EXCEPTIONS, but disability for ADHD? Attention ALL of you working people: Know where your tax dollars are going and why it's going there when it comes time to vote again! I wish Herbert Spencer was alive to run for president! "Survival of the fittest!"
I've had 3 people in private messages ask me what Social Darwinism was. In a nutshell, it's "the theory that individuals, groups, and peoples are subject to the same Darwinian laws of natural selection as plants and animals. Now largely discredited, Social Darwinism was advocated by Herbert Spencer and others in the late 19th and early 20th centuries and was used to justify political conservatism, imperialism, and racism and to discourage intervention and reform." It has been resurrected by libertarians, and is now coupled with certain forms of Christianity, allowing adherents to profess the theories of Social Darwinism, while at the same time rejecting Darwinian evolution and the sciences. That's why it is so easy for many people to believe and to say, "Social Darwinism, like any other form of Darwinism, is for *** " Thank you, Fred Pfister, for clarifying this.
DEVIL WORSHIP. FROM A SURVEYAL of the accounts gleaned from Waitz, Lubbock, and Tylor, on the Primitive state of religion, the conviction impresses itself upon the student of demonology that Devil-worship naturally precedes the worship of a benign and morally good Deity. There are at least many instances in which we can observe a transition from the lower stage of Devil-worship to the higher stage of God-worship, and there seems to be no exception to the rule that fear is always the first incentive to religious worship. This is the reason why the dark figure of the Devil, that is to say, of a powerful evil deity, looms up as the most important personage in the remotest past of almost every faith. Demonolatry, or Devil-worship, is the first stage in the evolution of religion, for we fear the bad, not the good. Mr. Herbert Spencer bases religion on the Unknown, declaring that the savage worships those powers which he does not understand. In order to give to religion a foundation which even the scientist doe ...
"The Master Key System : By Charles F. Haanel 1912 )PART FOUR 11. If you make use of this affirmation, use it continuously, night and morning, and as often during the day as you think of it, and continue to do so until it becomes a part of you; form the habit. 12.Unless you do this, you had better not start at all, because modern Psychology tells us that when we start something and do not complete it, or make a resolution and do not keep it, we are forming the habit of failure; absolute, ignominious failure. If you do not intend to do a thing, do not start; if you do start, see it through even if the heavens fall; if you make up your mind to do something, do it; let nothing, no one interfere; the "I" in you has determined, the thing is settled; the die is cast, there is no longer any argument. 13.If you carry out this idea, beginning with small things which you know you can control and gradually increase the effort, but never under any circumstances allowing your "I" to be overruled, you will find that yo ...
"The true aim of is action, not knowledge." Herbert Spencer
By Merson Romano Franklin once created a list of 13 virtues to live by. This baker's dozen included: temperance silence order resolution frugality industry sincerity justice moderation cleanliness tranquility chastity and humility The Ancient Masters sensed the danger, calling desire a "foul monster that rageth like fire, and is difficult to exinquish". They said: Men of imperfect understanding (created by schooling and training)...strive after gratification of the sensual appetites, and the creation of new appetites---and there is no peace nor satisfaction in them. For appetite springeth from appetite, and the sensual craving groweth more acute in the measure in which it is gratified...Desire is their God, and its worship and service their religion. "Bound by the thousand ties of desire for things and objects, they are attached to the Body of Lust and Wrath and Avarice. They prostitute their minds and their sense of justice, in their vane search for wealth wherewith to gratify their inordinate and swolle ...
DEFINITIONS Since time immemorial, education is estimated as the right road to progress and prosperity. Different educationists’ thoughts from both Eastern and Western side have explained the term ‘ education’ according to the need of the hour. Various educationists have given their views on education. Some important definitions are: 1. Mahatma Gandhi – “By education I mean an all-round drawing out of the best in man – body, mind and spirit.” 2. Rabindranath Tagore – “Education enables the mind to find out the ultimate truth, which gives us the wealth of inner light and love and gives significance to life.” 3. Dr. Zakir Husain – “ Education is the process of the individual mind, getting to its full possible development.” 4. Swami Vivekananda – “ Education is the manifestation of divine perfection already existing in man.” 5. Aristotle - “Education is the creation of sound mind in a sound body.” 6. Rousseau - “ Education is the child’s development from within.” 7. ...
"We don't stop playing because we got old, we get old because we stop playing" Herbert Spencer
Relationships. To me this is one of the most important words in the entire universe (that and love of course). I just keep coming back to it as I take time to find my place and become more aware. First I had to delve deep into what kind of relationship I had with myself. That's a tough one because when I'm honest with myself it can be hard to admit certain truths. Accepting others and what that looks like is another big and tough one I have yet to fully grasp. My friends Beth, Danny and Linda all reminded me of that. What do you do when it's your own child, mother or sister that's going through difficulty? You could break up with a partner after all but, what about your kids or family? You could let go of friends but, what about the people closest to us? What does a loving and accepting relationship look like in these very tough and very real situations? I'm working on mending all of my relationships currently. What that means to me is asking myself firstly, what kind of relationship I had with Eve? Was I ...
This volume makes a compelling case for the continued relevance and significance of Herbert Spencer (1820-1904), one of the foremost intellectuals of the Victorian era whose work now tends to be regarded as being of purely historical interest.One of the originators of the evolutionary classical l...
The tendency in popular thought to view the biological world in economic terms was present at the nineteenth-century beginnings of Darwinian science. Charles Darwin, after all, borrowed the term “survival of the fittest” from the sociologist Herbert Spencer, that darling of robber barons. Spencer, in turn, was struck by how much the forces driving natural selection in On the Origin of Species jibed with his own laissez-faire economic theories. Competition over resources, rational calculation of advantage, and the gradual extinction of the weak were taken to be the prime directives of the universe.
Herbert Spencer, non Christian scientist: "Everything that exists fits into one of four categories: time, force, space, matter." Genesis 1: "In the beginning (time), God (force) created the heavens (space) & the earth (matter)."
The importance of education in the life of an individual cannot be overstated. It shapes individuals in their formative years and imbibes them with values that would govern all their choices in life. But, imparting education entails tremendous responsibility. It does not mean merely providing answers to the questions asked by the students. It means equipping the students with means to find the answers for himself and within himself. It encompasses preparing the students to face the challenges of life squarely and come out as winners. Education empowers students to discover themselves – who they are as people. It is the duty of educators to help them discover their latent talents. This is the challenge which we are faced with as educators. To this end our effort in the School is focused not only on pure study, but also on providing opportunity to each child to explore his or her own capabilities and area of interest. For this, we provide each child with many activities both co-curricular and extra curric ...
Concerning democracy and the social contract: "it seems he gave consent in whatever way he acted- whether he said yes, whether he said no, or whether he remained neuter! A rather awkward doctrine this." Herbert Spencer
An analysis of the principles and problems with Herbert Spencer's concept of Social Darwinism, which applied natural selection in a social context. Discusses the positive and negative results of Social Darwinism's application and its relationship to evolutionary theory.
Boy do I *love* Google books. I've spent the past week or so reading letters Herbert Spencer wrote to various English newspapers, pamphlets published by the English Land Restoration League, private correspondence between Henry George and his friends, all in their original unedited form. But better, because searchable! And better, because I don't even have to leave my home office to read them. Just stunningly amazing.
Classical Sociological Theory...Auguste Comte,Karl Marx, Max Weber and Herbert Spencer on my mind.
Herbert Spencer, the man who broke George Eliot's heart coined the term "survival of the fittest"
KARACHI UNIVERSITY NTS SOCIOLOGY MCQ'S 1. Who said “Man is a social animal”? (a) Aristotle (b) Plato (c) Sir Thomas More (d) Emile Durkheim 2. Who called sociology “Social Physics”? (a)Auguste Comte (b)Wilfred (c)Herbert Spencer (d) Max Weber 3. Bourgeois type of society was introduced by? (a) Hegel (b) Karl Marx (c) Aristotle (d) Plato 4)When cultural traits spread from one society to another,the process is called? (a) Assimilation (b) Diffusion (c) Pluralism (d) Evolution 5)An ascribed status is one that is; (a) Awarded by society (b) Gained from talent (c) Endowed at birth (d) Based on competition 6)Ethnocentrism means (a) Superiority of ones own culture (b) Inferiority of ones own culture (c) Both of these (d) None of these 7)A system in which one husband is married to many women is called; (a) Monogamy (b) Polygamy (c) Polyandry (d) Polygyny 8)Levirate means; a)Marriage of a man with the widow of his deceased brother b)Marriage of a man with the sister of his deceased wife c)None of these. 9) ...
Nearly back up to date now: On December 8th in history: In 1542 Mary, Queen of Scots, was born. In 1886 Diego Rivera, Mexican muralist and leftist activist, was born. In 1886 the American Federation of Labor was formed. In 1903 Herbert Spencer, the British philosopher, died. In 1908 James Larkin was suspended from Dock Labourers' Union in an effort to curb his militancy. In 1942 Mario Savio, a leader of the Berkeley Free Speech Movement, was born. In 1953 Norman Finkelstein, the anti-Zionist activist, was born. In 1966 Sinéad O'Connor, Irish singer and children's rights activist, was born. In 1974 a plebiscite abolished the monarchy in Greece. In 1978 Golda Meir, the Zionist leader, died. In 1980 John Lennon was murdered in New York. In 1991 the Soviet Union was dissolved.
In “opposition to the theory of divine right, by kings or demagogues, the doctrine of natural rights was set up. Humanity was exalted above human institutions, man was held superior to the State, and universal brotherhood supplanted the ideas of national power and glory.” But the world changed profoundly in the 19th century. The immensely complex theories of Friedrich Hegel, Charles Darwin, Karl Marx, Herbert Spencer, Friedrich Nietzsche, and Sigmund Freud deconstructed Western man, breaking him into categories, boxes, longings, desires, and bits. The ideologues of the 19th century not only subverted thousands of years of finely honed ideas, dating back to Socrates, they also provided the means by which to seize, strangle, and suffocate the men of the West. English historian Christopher Dawson presented the change with startling starkness: The history of the nineteenth century developed under the shadow of the French Revolution and the national liberal revolutions that followed it. A century of politi ...
Herbert spencer and pierre-joseph proudhon influenced lum strongly in his individualist tendency.
That troubling moment when your basic knowledge of evolution and sociology do not help you to understand the theories of your term paper topic. Again, Herbert Spencer: no one likes you.
23 pges for Herbert Spencer, 24 pgs for Alex de Tocqueville, 31 for Marx, Durkheim 37, 46 Weber and lets shove all the women in ch10, 30 pgs
The transformation of the homogenous into the heterogenous, is that in which Progress essentially consists. - Herbert Spencer
Those who cavalierly reject the Theory of Evolution, as not adequately supported by facts, seem quite to forget that their own theory is supported by no facts at all. Like the majority of men who are born to a given belief, they demand the most rigorous proof of any adverse belief, but assume that their own needs none. -Herbert Spencer
Religion has been compelled by science to give up one after another of its dogmas, of those assumed cognitions which it could not substantiate. — Herbert Spencer, First Principles (1862), from James A Haught, ed., 2000 Years of Disbelief
Been reading about Herbert Spencer - one of the great British thinkers of the Victorian age - what a guy! -
'The great aim of education isn't knowledge but action' Herbert Spencer
My lecture pack is literally me going on a rant about how stupid Herbert Spencer was. All of his views are so far from Darwin and evolution.
"De wise man must remember dat while he's a descendant of de past,he is a parent of de future" ~Herbert Spencer
"Perfect life consisted of perfect adjustment." ~ Herbert Spencer
"The Great Liberal Death Wish" - Malcolm Muggeridge ...a Herbert Spencer, or a poor, squeaky H.G. Wells, ardent evolutionist and disciple of Huxley, with his vision of an earthly paradise achieved through science and technology; those twin monsters which have laid waste a whole world, polluting its seas and rivers and lakes with poisons, infecting its very earth and all its creatures, reaching into Man's mind and inner consciousness to control and condition him, at the same time entrusting to irresponsible, irresolute human hands the instruments of universal destruction... The enthronement of the gospel of progress necessarily required the final discrediting of the gospel of Christ, and the destruction of the whole edifice of ethics, law, culture, human relationships and human behaviour constructed upon it. Our civilization, after all, began with Christian revelation, not the theory of evolution, and, we may be sure, will perish with it, too - if it has not already. It is, indeed, among Christians themsel ...
Positivism Positivism is a philosophy of science based on the view that information derived from sensory experience, logical and mathematical treatments is the exclusive source of all authoritative knowledge, that there is valid knowledge (truth) only in scientific knowledge. Verified data received from the senses is known as empirical evidence. This view, when applied to the social as to the natural sciences, holds that society operates according to general laws like the physical world. Introspective and intuitive knowledge is rejected. Though the positivist approach has been a recurrent theme in the history of Western thought, modern sense of the approach was developed by the philosopher and founding sociologist Auguste Comte in the early 19th century. Comte argued that, much as the physical world operates according to gravity and other absolute laws, so also does society. Etymology The English noun positivism was re-imported in the 19th century from the French word positivisme, derived from positif in ...
It's okay to be a glow-stick, sometimes we need to brake before we shine,ater will be his confusion, - Herbert Spencer
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