1810s in sociology

1810s in sociology

The following events related to sociology occurred in the 1810s.


*Henri de Saint-Simon's "Physiologie sociale" is published.


*Philosopher Georg Hegel's "Science of Logic" is published.

*Maurice Block (February 18, 1816 – 1901)
*John Woolley (February 28, 1816January 11, 1866)
*Charlotte Brontë (April 21, 1816March 31, 1855)
*Philip James Bailey (April 22, 1816September 6, 1902)
*Grace Aguilar (June 1816 – September 16, 1847)
*Sir John Brown (December 6, 1816December 27, 1896)

*Samuel Hood (December 12, 1724January 27, 1816)
*Richard Brinsley Sheridan (October 30, 1751July 7, 1816)
*Gavriil Derzhavin (July 14, 1743July 20, 1816)


*David Ricardo's "Principles of Political Economy and Taxation" is published.
*Henri de Saint-Simon's "L'Industrie" is started.


*Louis-Gabriel de Bonald's "Recherches philosophiques sur les premiers objets des connaissances morales" is published.


*Henri de Saint-Simon's "L'Organisateur" is published. (writing aided by Auguste Comte and Augustin Thierry)

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