Thomas M. Kemple

Langue :anglais
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Professeur de sociologie, University of British Columbia, Canada (en 1995)
ISNI :ISNI 0000 0000 8120 8591

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  • Intellectual work and the spirit of capitalism

    Weber's calling

    Description matérielle : xiv, 266 pages
    Description : Note : Includes bibliographical references (pages 235-255) and index
    Abstract : "This book treats three lectures that Weber gave in the last decade of his career as a podium or prism from which to approach his best-known treatises and essays on the rise of occidental capitalism. His remarks on 'Technology and Culture' (1910) and his famous 'Science as a Vocation' (1917) and 'Politics as a Vocation' (1919 lectures) offer a standpoint for assessing the contemporary relevance of Weber''s notion of ''interpretive understanding'', including the place of ideal types and value-judgments in sociology, as well as the use of rhetorical techniques and literary methods in scholarly discourse more generally. These public moments invite us to consider how both his most celebrated and least known arguments about the origins of the ''spirit'' of modern capitalism and the fateful force of bureaucracy continue to raise questions about the prospect and promise of intellectual work that still concern us today"
    Édition : New York : Palgrave Macmillan , 2014

  • Reading Marx writing

    melodrama, the market, and the "Grundrisse"

    Description matérielle : XVIII-274 p.-[1] f. de front.
    Description : Note : Notes bibliogr. Index
    Édition : Stanford (Calif.) : Stanford university press , 1995


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