"As a conqueror enters a surprised city; love made such resolutions as neither party was able to resist. She changed her name into Herbert the third day after this first interview." (Volume 15, Harvard Classics) George Herbert born April 3, 1593.
Isaak Walton, famed patron of fishermen, appreciated other arts and hobbies. He writes of George Herbert, a preacher whose hobby was poetry. (Volume 15, Harvard Classics) George Herbert died March 3, 1633.
Inquiry to Self #1 – George Herbert Mead: Mind, Self & Society
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George Herbert Mead was a social psychologists, who's seen as one of the founders of an approach called symbolic interactionism. Mead didn't (unfortunately) publish any books during he's own lifetime. However, he's ideas are represented in Mind, Self & Society, which is constructed through various sources, such as notes taken by his students attending he's lectures. Mind, Self & Society has established itself as a essential work of social science. In the work he sketches out his theory of the self, which Mead saw as a product of socialization. Even thought the work has faced its criticism, it is still a great intellectual achievement, which guarantees to wake up some hibernating braincells.