Max Weber in the 21st Century: Transdisciplinarity within the Social Sciences

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dc.contributor.editor ADLOFF, Frank EN
dc.contributor.editor BORUTTA, Manuel EN 2008-07-25T12:39:44Z 2008-07-25T12:39:44Z 2008
dc.identifier.issn 1830-7728
dc.description.abstract Table of Contents Foreword Ramon Marimon I. Max Weber in the 21st Century or: how is Transdisciplinarity within the Social Sciences Possible Today? 01 by Frank Adloff and Manuel Borutta II. Max Weber between ‘Eruptive Creativity’ and ‘Disciplined Transdisciplinarity’ 13 by Joachim Radkau III. Weber’s Foundations of the Social Sciences and Rational Choice Theory 31 by Sandro Segre IV. Weber, Marx and Contemporary Economic Theory: a Secular Theory of the Spirit of Capitalism 43 by Fabrizio Zilibotti V. Reorienting Weber? Is a non-Eurocentric theory of the Rise of the West desirable and possible? 55 by John M. Hobson VI. Max Weber and the Dialectics of Disenchantment and Re-enchantment in Modern History 73 By Hartmut Lehmann VII. The Disenchantment of Law? Formal and Substantive Rationality in Weber’s Work 81 By Catherine Colliot-Thélène en
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dc.title Max Weber in the 21st Century: Transdisciplinarity within the Social Sciences en
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