From Albert Salomon : essays on social thinkers / edited and introduced by Duffy Graham and Robert Jackall.

Salomon, Albert, 1891-1966 [Browse]
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  • Knoxville, TN : Newfound Press, The University of Tennessee Libraries, [2019]
  • ©2019
vi, 791 pages ; 23 cm


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Essays [Browse]
"Originally published as individual papers in a variety of journals and monographs between May 1934 and 2008; includes three previously unpublished and undated manuscripts"--Title page verso.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
A discerning and generous scholar / Duffy Graham and Robert Jackall -- Autobiographical essay : In the shadows of an endless great time / translated from the German by Juliet M. Kelso -- Part I. Essays. Crisis, history, and the image of man ; Democracy and religion in the work of Erasmus ; Humanistic contributions to public health ; Hugo Grotius and the social sciences ; Fontenelle ; Louis Duc de Saint-Simon : class consciousness of the defeated ; Montesquieu : the historical variables of the condition humaine ; Adam Smith as sociologist ; Goethe (1932) ; Goethe (1949) -- Henri de Saint-Simon, Auguste Comte, and the origins of sociology ; Tocqueville : moralist and sociologist ; Tocqueville (1959) ; Jacob Burckhardt : transcending history ; Tönnies ; Some aspects of the legacy of Durkheim ; Max Weber's methodology ; Max Weber's sociology ; Max Weber's political ideas ; The place of Alfred Weber's Kultursoziologie in social thought ; Charles Péguy and the calling of Israel ; Methodological reflections on the history of the German Jews in the age of emancipation ; Eschatological thinking in Western civilization : reflections on a book -- Part II. Syllabi. Origins of sociology and social psychology (1947) / annotated by Robert Jackall (2016) ; An introduction to sociology for students of the social sciences and of the humanities : Balzac as sociologist (1949-50).
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Essays on social thinkers
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  • 0986080322 (paperback)
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