Author:Charles Bray

Charles Bray
(1811–1884)
English ribbon manufacturer, social reformer, philanthropist, philosopher and phrenologist.
Charles Bray

WorksEdit

  • The Education of the Body: An Address to the Working Classes (1836)
  • The Education of the Feelings (1838)
  • The Philosophy of Necessity; or, The Law of Consequences; as Applicable to Mental, Moral, and Social Science (1841), in 2 vols.
  • An Outline of the Various Social Systems & Communities which have been Founded on the Principle of Co-operation – With an Introductory Essay by the Author of "The Philosophy of Necessity" (1844)
  • An Essay upon the Union of Agriculture and Manufactures: And upon the Organization of Industry (1844)
  • An outline of the various social systems & communities which have been founded on the principle of co-operation (1844)
  • The industrial employment of women: being a comparison between the condition of the people in the watch trade in Coventry, in which women are not employed, and the people in the ribbon trade (1857)
  • On Force: Its Mental and Moral Correlates (1866)
  • A Manual of anthropology: Or, the Science of Man (1871)
  • The Education of the Feelings: A Moral System, Revised and Abridged for Secular Schools (1872)
  • Illusion and Delusion: Or, Modern Pantheism versus Spiritualism (1873)
  • Psychological and Ethical Definitions on a Physiological Basis (1879)

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