Enrico Ferri 1900
Source: Project Gutenberg, from 3rd Edition, 1900;
Translated: by Robert Rives La Monte.
First Published: by Charles H. Kerr & Co., Chicago 1917.
First Part. The Three Alleged Contradictions between Darwinism and Socialism
a) The equality of individuals
b) The struggle for life and its victims
c) The survival of the fittest
Second Part. Socialism as a Consequence of Darwinism.
Socialism and religious beliefs
The individual and the species
The struggle for life and the class-struggle
The orthodox thesis and the socialist thesis confronted by the theory of evolution
The law of apparent retrogression and collective ownership
The social evolution and individual liberty
Evolution. – Revolution. – Rebellion. – Violence
Sterility of sociology
Marx completes Darwin And Spencer. Conservatives and socialists
Appendix I. – Reply to Spencer
Appendix II. – Socialist superstition and individualist myopia