Max Weber's Sociology of Intellectuals

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Oxford University Press, Oct 27, 1994 - Social Science
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The social role of intellectuals was a pervasive motif in Weber's thought, particularly in his works on religion and politics. Comprehensively examining and extending Weber's work on the subject, Sadri provides a new perspective on the intelligentsia and its role in society. He also provides a synthetic typology of intellectuals which spans both Eastern and Western traditions. Culling Weber's scattered observations on the subject, Sadri lays a theoretical foundation for a Weberian sociology of intellectuals, making it a valuable resource for scholars interested in the reflections of this great thinker.
 

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Contents

1 Methodology of Social Sciences
3
2 Max Webers Sociology of Religion as a Sociology of Intellectuals
33
3 Max Webers Sociology of Politics as a Sociology of Intellectuals
69
4 Definitions
105
Appendices
125
Notes
143
Bibliography
155
Index
163
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