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Gustave LeBon (1841-1931) was a French physician who wrote widely on scientific subjects, including anatomy and physiology, anthropology, and history. Many of his writings focused in particular on national traits, crowd behavior, and racial superiority. His numerous books include The Civilization of Arabs, The Psychology of Peoples, and The Crowd.
Robert Nye is George Lynn Cross Research Professor in the department of history at the University of Oklahoma. He is the author of Crime, Madness and Politics in Modern France: The Medical Concept of National Decline and The Origins of Crowd Psychology: Gustave Le Bon and the Crisis of Mass Democracy in the Third Republic.
The Crowd is a very good star-point to learn social movements and why a group of people think and do someway. But it also has its limitations. Read morePublished 9 days ago by SHI JIAO
Intriguing, riveting, spellbinding, what else is there to say? This book will change the very fabric of your belief structure, I guarantee it.Published 1 month ago by Orion The Constellation
Anti-religious, anti-capitalistic drivel. I was hoping for some logic and insight into the psychological motivations of the masses and got instead a heap of redundant and unfounded... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Mike
If you ever plan to be a totalitarian dictator, you have to read this book first. Hitler, Mussolini and Stalin all had this book beside their beds - what better recommendation is... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Mark Newell Phd
The Crowd by Gustave Le Bon was one of the first of a number of books written about crowd psychology during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, and his was the most... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Aaron J. Naylor
This book is a good reference to study popular mind, which is very useful for stock market investors and advertisement designers.Published 15 months ago by Dongjie Jiang
Although this book is a classic and gives you things to think about, it would hardly be scientific or definitive, but rather a list of the standard complaints about crowd mentality... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Tezza
A clean transaction. A seminal collation of group theories that is scary at times. A veritable goldmine for sociologists. Read morePublished 20 months ago by William Edgeworth
Written over 100-years ago, this little book is so full of wisdom and philosophy that I have read (and re-read) it many times. Read morePublished 21 months ago by bee36