Filippo Carli

photo neededIn existographies, Filippo Carli (1876-1938) was an Italian sociologist noted, in hmolscience, for works, e.g. Sociological Theories (Le teorie sociologiche) (1925), which, according to Pitirim Sorokin’s 1928 “mechanistic school” classification, make him one of the chief representatives of “mathematical sociology” division, along with Vilfredo Pareto. [1]

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The following are quotes by Carli:

“Social equilibrium is a totality of the internal rhythms, between elements of a social system, and the internal-external, which develop in a non-contradictory manner. In other words, it is a totality of the correlated internal and internal-external variations which go on either being constant or varying in a uniform manner.”
— Filippo Carli (1920), L'Equilibrio delle Nazioni [1]

References
1. Sorokin, Pitirim. (1928). Contemporary Sociological Theories (pdf) (§1: The Mechanistic School [pdf]). Harper & Brothers.
2. (a) (a) Carli, Filippo. (1920). The Equilibrium of Nations: Applied Demographics (L'Equilibrio delle Nazioni secnodo la demographia applicata) (pg. 34). Bologna: Zanichelli.
(b) Sorokin, Pitirim. (1928). Contemporary Sociological Theories (pdf) (§1: The Mechanistic School [pdf]; pg. 46). Harper & Brothers.

External links
‚óŹ Filippo Carli – Wikipedia.
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