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Spencer

1st Social Darwinism

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What was Spencer Goal? His goal was to explain unit ethics, natural science and social science.
Inorganic Things that are not alive.
Organic Things that are living.
Superorganic Living things that are organized.
Explain Spencer perspective on society. Society needs to be regulated. Our central nervous system regulates our body just as government and police were appointed to regulate society.
Explain Spencer on operation and production These components are necessity's for mankind, we must produce food in order to survive.
Why is distributing important? Because people need food we also need the food to be distributed.
How does Spencer feel about Agency and Nature? He feels that it is irrelevant
Spencer feels that we need to adapt and conform, thus creates evolution. What do we need to adapt too? Regulation, Production, distribution
Types of Spencer Methods Historical Comparison and analysis of factual data.
Needs of Structure? regulation, operation, production and distributions.
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