Gustave Le Bon on the Role of the Social Sciences in the Modern Age

“Many other practical applications might be made of the psychology of crowds. A knowledge of this science throws the most vivid light on a great number of historical and economic phenomena totally incomprehensible without it.”

“The art of those who govern, as is the case with the art of advocates, consists above all in the science of employing words.”

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