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Moscow: Gos. Iz-vo Politicheskoi Literatury, vol. V, 2 8 2 - 3 9 2 . Plekhanov, G. V. 1956c. Ocherki po istorii materializma [orig. 1896]. In Izbrannye filosofskie proizvedeniia. Moscow: Gos. Iz-vo Politicheskoi Literatury, vol. II, 33-194. Ratzel, F. 1869: Sein und Werden der organischen Welt. Leipzig: Gebhardt & Reisland. Ratzel, F. 1885: Entwurf einer neuen politischen Karte von Afrika. Petermanns Geographische Mittheilungen, 31, 2 4 5 - 5 0 . POLITICS FROM NATURE 29 Ratzel, F. 1896. Die Gesetze des räumlichen Wachtums der Staaten.
His belief in society as an evolving organism was fundamental to his entire understanding of the past (Billington, 1971, p. 18), and his historical writings were filled with engagingly vivid anatomic and biological images of American society. The development of America he considered as nothing less than "a history of the origin of a new political species," while American society itself was a "protoplasm," the spread of which could be likened to "the steady growth of a complex nervous system" (Turner, 1897, p.
Though King's solution is not a panacea for all methodological problems surrounding the ecological inference problem such as MAUP or spatial autocorrelation, it nevertheless offers a breakthrough for political geographers because it allows inference to individuals on the basis of fairly sparse aggregate data. Unlike the entropy-maximizing method promoted by Ron Johnston and Charles Pattie (2000), King's method does not require an overall system-wide value in order to get the estimates for the individual geographic units.