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by Kieran Allen

eBook Max Weber: A Critical Introduction ePub
Author: Kieran Allen
Language: English
ISBN: 0745322387
ISBN13: 978-0745322384
Publisher: Pluto Press; First edition edition (August 20, 2004)
Pages: 224
Category: Politics & Government
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 767
Formats: lit mbr lit azw
ePub file: 1264 kb
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This new critical introduction argues that Weber’s sociology cannot be divorced from his political standpoint. Kieran Allen explores Weber's political background through his life and his writing.

This new critical introduction argues that Weber’s sociology cannot be divorced from his political standpoint. Weber saw himself as a ‘class conscious bourgeois’ and his sociology reflects this outlook. Weber was a neo-liberal who thought that the market guaranteed efficiency and rationality.

Max Weber: A Critical Introduction. He was an advocate of empire

Max Weber: A Critical Introduction. He was an advocate of empire. He supported the carnage of WW1 and vehemently attacked German socialists such as Rosa Luxemburg. Instead, he locates the origins of the system in a new rigorous morality.

Kieran Allen explores Weber's political background through his life and his writing. p. cm. Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN 0–7453–2239–5 (hardback) –– ISBN 0–7453–2238–7 (pb.

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Additionally, Weber saw plebiscites as a way to secure legitimacy, which he. thought was crucial for any kind of authority. The process of legitimization was important.

He is most widely known for his work. Additionally, Weber saw plebiscites as a way to secure legitimacy, which he.

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Max Weber is one of the founding fathers of sociology. He is often referred to as a sophisticated 'value-free' sociologist. This new critical introduction argues that Weber’s sociology cannot be divorced from his political standpoint. Weber saw himself as a ‘class conscious bourgeois’ and his sociology reflects this outlook. Providing clear summaries of Weber's ideas – concentrating on the themes most often encountered on sociology courses – Kieran Allen provides a lively introduction to this key thinker. Kieran Allen explores Weber's political background through his life and his writing. Weber was a neo-liberal who thought that the market guaranteed efficiency and rationality. He was an advocate of empire. He supported the carnage of WW1 and vehemently attacked German socialists such as Rosa Luxemburg. Weber’s most famous book, The Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism, ignores the bloody legacy associated with the early accumulation of capital. Instead, he locates the origins of the system in a new rigorous morality. Using a political framework, Kieran Allen's book is is ideal for students who want to develop a critical approach.
Flamekiller
An outstanding survey and summary! I want to know more about this major sociologist, and I am not writing a paper or a thesis or dissertation, so I can content myself with a summary. I simply don't have time to dig through academese, so I am always looking for well-written and organized surveys such as this one.
Narder
This is an excellent critique of the limits of Weberian sociology, especially with regard to Weber's conservative biases (in favor of markets, against socialism).
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