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Download The Alienated Mind: The Sociology of Knowledge in Germany 1918-33 (International Library of Sociology) eBook
ISBN:
0415057965
Author:
David Frisby
Category:
Social Sciences
Language:
English
Publisher:
Routledge; 2 edition (October 8, 1992)
Pages:
282 pages
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emergence and development of the sociology of knowledge in Germany in the critical period 1918-33.

The Alienated Mind investigates the emergence and development of the sociology of knowledge in Germany in the critical period 1918-33. These years witnessed the development of distinctive paradigms centred on the works of Max Scheler. Tell the Publisher! I'd like to read this book on Kindle.

Originally published in 1983, Frisby's book provides a contribution to the history of sociology and the sociology of knowledge. Recently added by. sdsuchicago, markell, cooleen279, jenfarquhar, imran taib, mootpointbooks, lycanthropist, robmickey.

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The Alienated Mind (Routledge Revivals) : The Sociology of Knowledge in Germany 1918-1933.

The Alienated Mind" investigates the emergence and development of the sociology of knowledge in Germany in the critical period 1918-33

The Alienated Mind" investigates the emergence and development of the sociology of knowledge in Germany in the critical period 1918-33. These years witnessed the development of distinctive paradigms centred on the works of Max Scheler, Georg Lukacs and Karl Mannheim.

These years witnessed the development of distinctive paradigms centred on the works of Max Scheler, Georg Lukács and Karl Mannheim. Each theorist sought to confront the base-superstructure models of the relationship between knowledge and society, which originated in Orthodox Marxism.

This reissue of The Alienated Mind will be of particular interest to students and academics concerned with the development of an important tradition in the sociology of knowledge and culture, social theory and German history.

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