Social and Cultural Dynamics, Zväzok 1

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Transaction Publishers, 1962

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Forms and Problems of Culture Integration and Methods
2
ture
20
TABLES from Volume I
37
tality
40
Fluctuation of Ideational Idealistic
67
Is the Curve of Art Development Uniformly Similar in Various
73
PLATES VII
81
I
89
VII Linear Cyclical
370
Fluctuation of General and Special Scientific Theories
402
Fluctuation or Ideational and Sensate Forms
413
Fluctuation of Ethical Currents
421
Fluctuation of Ethicojuridical Mentality in Criminal Law
430
Familistic Contractual and Compulsory Relationships
436
Fluctuation of the Familistic Contractual and Compulsory
453
Fluctuation of the Theocratic and Secular Forms of Government
474

Recurrence in Social Space and Fluctuation in Time of
101
Fluctuation of the Main Styles in the Painting and Sculpture
118
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126
Fluctuation of Ideational and Visual Forms of Architecture
148
Fluctuation of Ideational Sensate and Mixed Forms
160
Fluctuation of Ideational and Sensate Forms of Literature
187
Fluctuation of Ideational Idealistic
225
TABLES from Volume II
240
Fluctuation of the Influence in Systems of Truth by Century
242
Qualitative Clarification of the Fluctuation of the Systems
257
Geographical Discoveries and Inventions by 100 50 and
278
I Idealism and Materi
284
Temporalism Eternalism Equilibrium of Both
314
III Influence of Realism
324
Movement of Nominalism Conceptualism and Realism
332
IV Influence of Sociological
336
Movement of Singularism Universalism and Mystic Unity
346
V Realistic Nominalistic
356
Fluctuation of Determinism and Indeterminism
366
Fluctuation of Ideational and Sensate Liberty
487
Fluctuation of Systems of Social Relationships in Their Quan
498
Fluctuation of Economic Conditions
523
Fluctuation of War in Intergroup Relationships
533
TABLES from Volume III
540
FIGURES from Volume III
543
Summary and Main Results of Study of War in the History
548
Fluctuation of Internal Disturbances
571
4J Total Measure of Internal Disturbances of Europe by Cen
586
Summary and Main Results of Study of Internal Disturb
587
Relationship between Types of Culture and Types of Person
606
The Crisis of Our Age
622
Why and How oe Sociocultural Change
630
The Why of Sociocultural Rhythms and Swings The Prin
647
The Problems of EverLinear EverNew and Strictly Circular
664
The Reason for the SuperRhythm of IdeationalIdealistic
676
The Twilight of Our Sensate Culture and Beyond
699
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