Georges Vacher de Lapouge (12 December , Neuville-de-Poitou - 20 February ) was a French anthropologist and a theoretician of. skos:prefLabel. Carabus pseudomonticola. foaf:page · ?lg=en · has scientific name authority. Vacher de Lapouge. Georges Vacher de Lapouge (12 December , Neuville-de-Poitou - 20 February ) was a French anthropologist and a theoretician of.
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The University of Alabama Press. Social Darwinism in European and American Thought, Vacher de Lapouge's "selectionism" had two aims: His anthropology thus aimed at vacher de lapouge social conflict by establishing a fixed, hierarchical social order.
When the 'non-doctrinaire socialist' declared in an article published in that 'socialism will be selectionist or it will not be at all,' he meant above all that the left should adopt the program of a radical eugenic: Only if this political model of socialist eugenics were implemented, according to Vacher de Lapouge, would there be any chance that France would survive vacher de lapouge impending great conflicts.
Matsuo Takeshi University of ShimaneJapan. Vacher de Lapouge's ideas partly mirror those of Henri de Boulainvilliers —who believed that the Germanic Franks formed the vacher de lapouge class of French society, whereas the Gauls were the ancestors of the peasantry.
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Race, according to him, thus became a synonym of social class. He added to this concept of races and classes what he vacher de lapouge selectionism, his version of Galton's eugenics.
Vacher de Lapouge's "selectionism" had two aims: His anthropology thus aimed at preventing social conflict by establishing a fixed, hierarchical social order. Vacher de lapouge, in virtue of heredity, the Homo europaeus intrinsically possessed more qualities than the lower Homo mediterraneus.
He added to this concept of races and vacher de lapouge what he termed selectionism, his version of Galton's eugenics.