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Correlation of the Social Sciences

Nature volume 110, page 682 (18 November 1922) | Download Citation



A CONFERENCE was held at Oxford on October 7-9, under the auspices of the Sociological Society, with the view of securing proper correlation between the various sciences contributory to the science of sociology. Dr. A. J. Carlyle, of University College, Oxford, acted as local secretary, and other Oxford men, such as Prof. J. L. Myres and Dr. R. R. Marett, helped in the work of organisation. TheWarden of New College gave the opening address. History, geography, biology, psychology, philosophy, anthropology, economics, and political science-all these subjects were considered, the reading of a paper on each being followed by a discussion.

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