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- Title: Social Forms: Lecture XII: The Members of the Human Being and their Relationship with the Social Organism
- Huxley, and so on. These thinkers are indeed all rooted in
- try, as does Huxley, to develop a social view out of their
- when we delve into the attempts by Huxley
- Huxley's attempts to advance from scientific to political
- and are precisely drawn. Now I read Huxley or Spencer, and I
- out by Huxley, Spencer and others are impertinently
- Huxley tells
- the weak. This theory has penetrated into Huxley's flesh and
- thinks Huxley — in a realm where every creature must
- fit. Now Huxley turns from the natural realm to the social
- view. Once, Huxley very aptly calls man “the splendid
- again, Huxley actually thinks along scientific lines. He is
- Nonetheless, as far as Huxley is concerned, there is nothing
- in general. Now, Huxley finds two natural forces that are at
- Huxley calls the family attraction, something that is active
- referred to by Huxley, namely, the faculty of imitation. It
- the other. This is as far as Huxley goes. It is very
- development. Huxley, however, stops short at the first; he is
- as envisioned by Huxley were actually to exist, it would have
- science of initiation, for Huxley is not motivated in any
- Title: Social Forms: Lecture XIV: The Connection of the Members of Man with the Kingdoms of Nature, the Necessity of the Threefold Order
- domain. If individuals like Huxley and Spencer had employed
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