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Print Save Email Share. Overview Max Weber — German economist and sociologist. Find a library. Show Summary Details Quick Reference — German social scientist and political economist who became a founding father of modern sociology. Subjects: Social Sciences — Arts and Humanities.
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Weber, Max in Dictionary of the Social Sciences. Weber, Max in A Dictionary of Sociology.
Subscriber login. Library card login. Series of essays, The Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism , trans. Talcott Parsons, The Sociology of Religion , trans. English Sociologia religiei. English Basic Concepts in Sociology , English works at Zeno.
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He aimed at developing a typology and sociology of rationalism. Weber diagnosed a rationalizing process characteristic of the Occident, separating Western culture from other cultural areas, leading to cultural phenomena that seemed to be of universal significance and validity. Here everything — city and people — is so much 'brighter', but the weather is awful.
After a trial semester at the University of Vienna, Max Weber again accepted the call to a professorial chair, this time in Munich as a successor to Lujo Brentano. His duties cover lecturing on social sciences, economic history, and national economy. His teaching activity lasted only three semester, since in June Weber died unexpectedly. After many short trips and visits his actual stay in Munich finally only lasted just over a year.
Die protestantische Ethik und der Geist des Kapitalismus (German Edition)
During this time period, though, revolutionary events were taking place on a daily basis. Nothing less than the reorganization of Germany and Europe is open for debate.
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As in Heidelberg so in Munich, Weber frequented intellectual circles. Reference: M. Weber also proved to be a popular speaker within the university, his rapidly growing audience requiring relocation to the Auditorium Maximum. Frankfurt a. Fischer , p.