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Brooking Dissent: The To-Do Over David Brooks
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Allow me to start with a confession: I don’t eat sushi and I am addicted to… 964 kata lagi

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Week 4: Weber & Social Action

This week consisted of a more in-depth analysis of Max Weber and his view of sociology and social action. From what has been gathered, I have come to understand that Weber sees social action as something influenced by the reaction of others; in general influenced by human interaction, and not by background. 207 kata lagi

Stimmen zur Landsgemeinde #12: Max Weber

Die Landsgemeinde ist auch aus soziologischer Sicht interessant. Aus diesem Grund nahm der deutsche Soziologe Max Weber in den 1890er Jahren eine Einladung eines befreundeten Schweizer Wissenschaftlers an, die Landsgemeinde in Glarus zu besuchen. 233 kata lagi


Week # 3: Marx and Weber

This week, The chapter on Marx ended and Max Weber was introduced. As we read Weber, we had to intersect Max Weber’s definition of sociology and what he means when he talks about action.  228 kata lagi

Deep Historical, Intellectual, Political, Social Significance in the Picayune, or... "Covfefe"

It started in the wee hours with a tweet. If the last word of the preceding sentence doesn’t tip one off, what follows should be of glaring unimportance. 519 kata lagi


Escaping the Iron Cage of Hopelessness

By Edward Curtin

Specialists without spirit, sensualists without heart; this nullity imagines that it has attained a level of civilization never before achieved” Max Weber, The Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism…

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Le' Notes #34: In search of political legitimacy

This post discusses Weber’s and Alagappa’s theories of political legitimacy.

The centrepiece of any political system is legitimacy. Political leaders who do not possess legitimacy, well, are deemed unworthy of assuming any political authority. 2.553 kata lagi

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