Emile Durkheim: Critical Assessments of Leading Sociologists

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William S. F. Pickering
Taylor & Francis, 2000 - 496 pagina's
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A five volume collection of scholarly journal articles and chapters from books covering the subject of Emile Durkheim's work. The five volumes are thematically organized in the following sections: Volume I: 1. Durkheim: The man himself, 2. General sociology. Volume II: 3. Religion, 4. Epistemology and the philosophy of science. Volume III: 5. Morality and ethics, 6. Political sociology. Volume IV: 7. Suicide and anomie, 8. Division of labour and economics, 9. EducationP
 

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Introduction
i
Durkheim and the study of religion
50
The sacred and the French Revolution
74
the cult of anniversaries
92
Rescuing Durkheiins rites from the symbolizing
123
reading Chapter VII Book
136
Collective effervescence and symbolism
152
collective effervescence
167
Introduction
223
Une ecologie de la connaissance estelle possible?
271
a contextual interpretation
291
Towards a new spirit of the laws
324
Durkheim Montesquieu and Method
347
Collective representations as social institutions
385
human reason explained
447
a critical discussion
461

Effervescence and the origins of human society
189
Personne et sacre chez Durkheim
204
Meaning and representation in the social sciences
476
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