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The Lost Science Of Man

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Unknown Binding, 177 pages
Published January 1st 1971 by George Braziller
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According to The Lost Science of Man, the central problem of mature social sciences is man is no longer the focus of these disciplines. For the same reason, the larger problem is there is no unified field of social sciences.

His analysis is every social science (economics, psychology, sociology, anthropology, political science) began with the aim of describing a complete image of man as the focus and centre of each discipline. The ideal human exchange/mind/group/living arrangement/power arrangement
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Dr. Ernest Becker was a cultural anthropologist and interdisciplinary scientific thinker and writer.

Becker was born in Springfield, Massachusetts to Jewish immigrant parents. After completing military service, in which he served in the infantry and helped to liberate a Nazi concentration camp, he attended Syracuse University in New York. Upon graduation he joined the US Embassy in Pari
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