Weber and Durkheim on Industrial Modern Society
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The paper analyzes the theories of Max Weber and Emile Durkheim in regards to their subjective a priori evaluations of society that reveal various "blindspots" for defining the modern industrial individual in relation to society. The paper points out the differing economic components of Weber's theory in relation to Durkheim 'rational' scientific postulations on social structures, and shows how they both invariably combine religion and other social cultural values into their arguments on the evolution of industrialism and capitalism.
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