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On the tendency of human societies to form
Evolution in sociology
the case of archaic Greece
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ancien regime Anderson Anglo-Saxon England archaic Greece argument Athenian basileis bourgeois bourgeoisie British Cambridge capitalist central century ceorls chapter Cicero cited citizens claim coercion coercive competition conflict conquest course defined distinction Domesday Domesday Book doubt economic effect Empire equally Europe evidence evolved explained feudal France French Revolution function governmental roles Greek groups or categories Hesiod historians human societies ideological increasing incumbents individual industrial institutions kings labour land Left less London manumission means of production military mode of production monarchy nobility nobles Oxford Party peasant peasantry period Poland poleis polis Polish political population position possible practices proto-state question regime relations relative Right Roman Rome semi-state significant slaves social evolution social mobility social selection social structure sociologists sociology Sparta Spencer statehood status thegns theory Thucydides trade transition union units of selection urban wealth wergild workers