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For the sake of illustration and discussion, the idea of a center and the self are considered to be somewhat synonymous. If deprivation is claimed to be the cause but the only evidence for such is the movement, the reasoning is circular. [9] Mass-Society Theory argues that social movements are made up of individuals in large societies who feel insignificant or socially detached. So, second, he boldly founds a discipline that might as well be called “psychohistory.” As a Harvard psychologist and public intellectual (author of The Language Instinct and The Blank Slate), he sought causes for the phenomenon he’s reporting---why violence has declined.

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Publisher: Wiley; 1 edition (March 18, 2010)

ISBN: 0470835176

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