1840s in sociology
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The following events related to sociology occurred in the 1840s.
- John Stuart Mill's A System of Logic, Ratiocinative and Inductive is published.
- Pierre-Joseph Proudhon's What is Property? is published.
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- Auguste Comte's The Course in Positive Philosophy is published
- Auguste Comte's Sociologie Comme Instruction Affirmative is published
- Auguste Comte's Social Statics and Social Dynamics is published
- Friedrich Engels' Outline of A Critique of Political Economy is published
- Friedrich Engels' The Holy Family is published
- Karl Marx's Economic and Philosophic Manuscripts is published
- Max Stirner's The Ego and Its Own is published
- Karl Marx's The German Ideology is published
- Pierre Joseph Proudhon's Economic Conradictions or the Philosophy of Poverty is published
- Søren Kierkegaard's Two Ages and the Present Age is published
- Friedrich Engels' The Principles of Communism is published
- Karl Marx's The Poverty of Philosophy is published
- Karl Marx's The Communist Manifesto is published
- Study group on the social question held attended by Frederic Le Play, Jean Reynaud, Lamartine, François Arago, Carnot, Lanjuinais, Tocqueville, Montalembert, Sainte-Beuve, Agénor de Gasparin, Abbé Dupanloup, Thiers, Auguste Cochin, Charles Dupin and others