Max Weber / Edition 1

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Overview

"Where others have restricted themselves to brief interpretations of analyses of specific aspects of Weber's work, Bendix has attempted the full scale study that has long been needed. As such, it unquestionably fulfills the minimum requirements. It is admirably clear, well organized, inclusive, and based on long and conscientious research. For the student who wants an introductory guide to Weber, it will be a godsend, providing as it does the over all structure that the theoretician himself did not live to complete....Bendix's book proves not to be an 'intellectual portrait' at all: its subtitle is a misnomer. It is rather an expert and extremely useful key to his work. A really exciting and original book on Weber."—American Historical Review

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780520031944
  • Publisher: University of California Press
  • Publication date: 1/1/1978
  • Series: Max Weber Classic Monographs Series
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 578
  • Sales rank: 967,526
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.25 (h) x 1.25 (d)

Table of Contents

I. Career and Personal Orientation

PART ONE GERMAN SOCIETY AND THE PROTESTANT ETHIC
II. Weber's Early Studies and the Definition of His
Intellectual Perspective
III. Aspects of Economic Rationality in the West

PART TWO SOCIETY, RELIGION, AND SECULAR ETHIC: A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF CIVILIZATIONS
IV.
Introduction
V. Society and Religion in China
VI. Society and Religion in
India
VII. Society and Religion in Ancient Palestine
VIII. Max Weber's Sociology of Religion

PART THREE DOMINATION, ORGANIZATION, AND LEGITIMACY: MAX WEBER'S POLITICAL SOCIOLOGY
IX. Basic Concepts of Political Sociology
X. Charismatic Leadership and Domination
XI. Traditional Domination
XII. Legal Domination: The Emergence of Legal Rationality
XIII. Legal Domination (continued): The Modern Sate and Struggle for Power
XIV. A Contemporary Perspective
XV. Max Weber's Image of Society


Index

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