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Las Leyes De La Imitación: Estudio Sociológico
Daniel Jorro, 1907
Social Science; Sociology; General; Law / Jurisprudence; Social Science / Sociology / General
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Gabriel Tarde (1843-1904) was employed at the Ministry of Justice in Paris from 1891 to 1896. He later occupied the chair of modern philosophy at the Collge de France and had the reputation as the foremost criminologist in the France of his day. Aside form Penal Philosophy, he was the author of several books including The Laws of Imitation, Social Logic, Social Laws and Universal Opposition.
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