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Gabriel Tarde (1843-1904), French sociologist, criminologist and psychologist. Tarde corresponded with the leading members of the Italian school of criminology (Lombroso and Ferri). Together with French psychiatrist Alexandre Lacassagne, Tarde formed a French school of criminology. Theories advanced by Tarde include the concept of the group mind, as well as elements of economic psychology. His works include 'Monadologie et sociologie' (1893) and 'La psychologie economique' (1903). He also published 'Fragment d'histoire future' (1896), a work of science fiction.
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