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Novicow, Jacques (1849-1912)
Jacques Novicow (the Russian form of his name was Yakov Aleksandrovich Novicov) was born in Odessa, Russia, in 1849. His father was a wealthy manufacturer of cordage, a business which Novicow also carried on during the greater part of his life. He traveled widely, spending much of his time in France and publishing most of his books in the French language. He early became interested in social questions and identified himself with the liberal movement in Russia; but it was not until 1893 that he published his first notable book, Les Luttes entre les soctitts humaines et leurs phases successives. This work went through several editions and has remained Novicow's best-known book. But Novicow produced in rapid succession a number of other remarkable sociological studies based upon the leading ideas of his first work. Among these may be mentioned La Guerre et ses pretendus bienfaits (1894), Conscience et volonte sociales (1896), La Justice et I'expansion de la vie (1905), La Critique du Darwinism social (1910). He was one of the first members of the International Institute of Sociology and was at one time its vice-president. He died on May 21, 1912.

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