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The text often sets out to map the writings of an author by introducing some sort of classifying system, one that is supposed to help the reader make sense of the vast conceptual and theo The book covers an enormous amount of work and it familiarises the reader with the most important ideas associated with the three thinkers.
Stella Kan rated qeber liked it Jan 14, Oxford University Press, Thomas – – Philosophy of the Social Sciences 7 2: This article has no associated abstract. Translated by Rodney Livingstone. Trivia About Maarx, Durkheim, W You cannot escape the impression that this urge to systematize, indulged in at every occasion, is done only for the sake of appearing rigorous while not really being so at a closer look.
There are no discussion topics on this book yet. On the next page, he discusses Marx’s notion of primitive accumulation, a ‘legal transfer of feudal lands into private hands,’ that was done ‘without the slightest observance of legal etiquette.
Marx, Durkheim, Weber: Formations of Modern Social Thought by Ken Morrison
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Smriti rated it it was amazing Feb 02, This Second Edition is a thoroughly revised, expanded version of the bestselling student text in classical social theory. Leon Shaskolsky Sheleff ed.
Marx, Durkheim, Weber: Formations of Modern Social Thought
History and Class Consciousness: Crystal Lay rated it did not like it May 12, Probably towards the same end of filling space, whole sentences are quoted several times in the text. Dec 12, Emile rated it did not like it.
Ebru Soytemel rated it really liked it Apr 19, Setup an account with your affiliations in order to access resources via your University’s proxy server Configure custom proxy use this if your affiliation does not provide a proxy. This is an excellent book to understand the main authors of the modernity.
Paul rated it really liked it Mar 08, The book covers an enormous amount of work and it familiarises the reader with the most important ideas associated with the three thinkers. This dugkheim is not yet featured on Listopia. Cambridge Uni Versity Press, Gianfranco Poggi – – London.
Very welcome in itself, wdber that the classifying systems arrived at are not always relevant or clear-cut. See for example the idea that exchange value separates the commodity from its use value.
I would only criticize that sometimes is a bit repetitive. After a while, you realise that there are whole pages that basically say nothing new or very little, and consist mostly of rearranged words. When discussing the double meaning of ‘free workers’ in ‘Capital’, the author ignores the easy-to-grasp distinction made by Durkkheim and goes about in his usual way, saying the same thing twice.
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