Hi Rob, I really enjoy your take on this concept. I like that you included that she was “obviously impactful for being the first published work of sociological research using the scientific method” because it is very obvious. I thought it was interesting that you didn’t concentrate on that but rather on her breakthroughs with suicide itself. But with saying that, is it realistic to say that her ideas on suicide were the most influential?? Could that not be said with any sociological issue? Not that suicide is not important, it is. But how do you determine which is more important than the other? Nice post!