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Tarde

[ tard ]

noun

  1. Ga·bri·el [g, a, -b, r, ee-, el], 1843–1904, French sociologist.


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He was suggestive of no acquaintance with Tarde, Lombroso or any other authorities on crime and criminals.

Tarde distinguishes between custom and fashion as the two forms in which all cultural traits are transmitted.

Voting, as Gabriel Tarde points out, is our most conspicuous use of statistics.

Tarde suggests that the study of the cephalic index will throw light upon the problem—no satisfactory solution, I think!

Prof. Le Tarde goes so far as to make this the fundamental principle of human evolution.

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