This volume, originally published in 1889 with this edition
published in 1912, contains Carpenter's famous essays on
civilisation and his theory that it is a disease of mankind that
must be cured. Papers included in this collection discuss the
rampant ill-health suffered by society as well as criticisms of
modern science to support this theory whilst also analysing what
the future holds for science, ideas of morality and traditions and
customs. This title will be of interest to students of sociology.
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