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Author: Hans Henrik Bruun
ISBN: 0754645290
Pages: 320 pages
Publisher: Routledge; 1 edition (January 28, 2007)
Language: English
Category: Social Sciences
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e-Book Science, Values and Politics in Max Weber's Methodology: New Expanded Edition (Rethinking Classical Sociology) epub download

by Hans Henrik Bruun



Hans Henrik Bruun is one of the our foremost interpreters of Weber's methodology; and this book is absolutely indispensable for anyone interested in what Weber has to say on the methodology of the social sciences

Hans Henrik Bruun is one of the our foremost interpreters of Weber's methodology; and this book is absolutely indispensable for anyone interested in what Weber has to say on the methodology of the social sciences.

First published in 1972, this book on Weber's methodological writings is. .

First published in 1972, this book on Weber's methodological writings is today regarded as a modern classic in its field. The author traces the relationship between values and science in Max Weber's methodology of its central aspects: value freedom, value relation (Wertbeziehung), value analysis, the ideal type and the special problems which pertain to the sphere of politics.

Max Weber, the man and his achievement, continues to fascinate and perplex. Interest in Weber as a person, which revived after the war with Mommsen’s biography and erupted so notably at the Heidelberg Congress of 1964 (1), has easily survived the absorption of his scholarly work into the various disciplines to which he contributed. I shall therefore select a large slice of subject-matter which cuts across much of the field-amely, Weber’s methodology-and examine some of the results under this heading that seem to emerge from recent literature. But I shall not feel myself disqualified from following up the problems which emerge as well, or from presenting conclusions of my own.

First published in 1972, this book on Weber's methodological writings is today regarded as a modern classic in. He has also added a new introduction, where he discusses major issues raised in the relevant secondary litera First published in 1972, this book on Weber's methodological writings is today regarded as a modern classic in its field.

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By Hans Henrik Bruun. Routledge The author traces the relationship between values and science in Max Weber's methodology of its central aspects: value freedom, value. First published in 1972, this book on Weber's methodological writings is today regarded as a modern classic in its field.

Hans Henrik Bruun is an Honorary Professor at the Department of Sociology, University of Copenhagen, Denmark. The publication of an updated version of Bruun's Science, Values and Politics in Max Weber's Methodology is an important event not only in Weber scholarship but in the understanding of twentieth century thought. His care in explicating the many complex issues about the philosophical implications of Weber's views made this book indispensable for serious students of Weber.

First published in 1972, this book on Weber's methodological writings is today regarded as a modern classic in its field. In this new expanded edition, the author has revised and updated the original text, and translated the numerous German quotations into English. He has also added a new introduction, where he discusses major issues raised in the relevant secondary literature since 1972. The author traces the relationship between values and science in Max Weber's methodology of its central aspects: value freedom, value relation (Wertbeziehung), value analysis, the ideal type and the special problems which pertain to the sphere of politics. Weber's thought is presented and discussed on the basis of a meticulous analysis of all available, published or unpublished, original material. The book is indispensable for all serious Weber scholars and provides the general student with a clear, accessible and authoritative exposition of major aspects of Weber's methodology.