The use of quotations in scientific writings often fails to capture the force of formulations that made the quotations memorable. In this reference work, the date and source of each quotation serve to help place them in their larger contexts, making it useful in examining the discipline's history.... is done and takes place without the imerference of governmem can be of any pracncal use Manual of Pohrical Economy (1793-1795) ... is no use there cannot be any value The True Alarm (1801) 1954:83 8 Property is nothmg but a basis of expectation; the expectanon of ... 1 Society itself is rather a nexus of acnons; and it is a nexus so complex that were the mvesngator himself of other nature thananbsp;...
|Title||:||Social Science Quotations|
|Author||:||David L. Sills, Robert King Merton|
|Publisher||:||Transaction Publishers - 2000|