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The Resource Max Weber's 'objectivity' reconsidered, edited by Laurence McFalls, (electronic resource)

Max Weber's 'objectivity' reconsidered, edited by Laurence McFalls, (electronic resource)

Label
Max Weber's 'objectivity' reconsidered
Title
Max Weber's 'objectivity' reconsidered
Statement of responsibility
edited by Laurence McFalls
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Related
Cataloging source
NLC
Dewey number
300/.1
LC call number
H61
LC item number
.M4294 2007
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McFalls, Laurence H
Series statement
German and European studies
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  • Weber, Max
  • Social sciences
  • Objectivity
  • Weber, Max
  • Weber, Max
  • Objectivité
  • Sciences sociales
Label
Max Weber's 'objectivity' reconsidered, edited by Laurence McFalls, (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Peter Breiner
  • Did Weber practise the objectivity he preached?
  • Mario Bunge
  • Speaking past one another : Durkheim, Weber, and varying modes of sociological explanation
  • Catherine Colliot-Thélène
  • Talcott Parsons : a critical loyalty to Max Weber
  • Guy Rocher
  • Weberianism, modernity, and the fall of the wall
  • Roberto Motta
  • Rethinking Weber's ideal-types of development, politics, and scientific knowledge
  • Introduction,
  • Naoshi Yamawaki
  • Weber, Braudel, and objectivity in comparative research
  • Jack Goody
  • Empirical assessment of Max Weber's ʹobjectivity of social science knowledgeʹ
  • Anthony Oberschall
  • On being a Weberian (after Spain's 11-14 March) : notes on the continuing relevance of the methodological perspective proposed by Weber
  • Robert M. Fishman
  • Weber and the problem of social science prediction
  • Stephen E. Hanson
  • Weber, objectivity, and the classics of comparative politics
  • Towards a comparative reception-history of Max Weber's oeuvre
  • Jeffrey Kopstein
  • Also one hundred years since Weber flirted with ethnography
  • James A. Boon
  • Conclusion,
  • ʹObjectivistʹ ethic and the ʹspiritʹ of science
  • Laurence McFalls with Augustin Simard and Barbara Thériault
  • Laurence McFalls with Augustin Simard and Barbara Thériault
  • Weber on Objectivity : advocate or critic?
  • John Drysdale
  • Paradox of Social Science : Weber, Winch, and Wittgenstein
  • John G. Gunnell
  • Ideal-types as ʹUtopiasʹ and impartial political clarification : Weber and Mannheim on sociological prudence
Control code
OCM1bookssj0000478551
Dimensions
24 cm.
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
vi, 389 p.
Isbn
9780802092243
Lccn
2007531848
Other physical details
port.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)ssj0000478551
Label
Max Weber's 'objectivity' reconsidered, edited by Laurence McFalls, (electronic resource)
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Peter Breiner
  • Did Weber practise the objectivity he preached?
  • Mario Bunge
  • Speaking past one another : Durkheim, Weber, and varying modes of sociological explanation
  • Catherine Colliot-Thélène
  • Talcott Parsons : a critical loyalty to Max Weber
  • Guy Rocher
  • Weberianism, modernity, and the fall of the wall
  • Roberto Motta
  • Rethinking Weber's ideal-types of development, politics, and scientific knowledge
  • Introduction,
  • Naoshi Yamawaki
  • Weber, Braudel, and objectivity in comparative research
  • Jack Goody
  • Empirical assessment of Max Weber's ʹobjectivity of social science knowledgeʹ
  • Anthony Oberschall
  • On being a Weberian (after Spain's 11-14 March) : notes on the continuing relevance of the methodological perspective proposed by Weber
  • Robert M. Fishman
  • Weber and the problem of social science prediction
  • Stephen E. Hanson
  • Weber, objectivity, and the classics of comparative politics
  • Towards a comparative reception-history of Max Weber's oeuvre
  • Jeffrey Kopstein
  • Also one hundred years since Weber flirted with ethnography
  • James A. Boon
  • Conclusion,
  • ʹObjectivistʹ ethic and the ʹspiritʹ of science
  • Laurence McFalls with Augustin Simard and Barbara Thériault
  • Laurence McFalls with Augustin Simard and Barbara Thériault
  • Weber on Objectivity : advocate or critic?
  • John Drysdale
  • Paradox of Social Science : Weber, Winch, and Wittgenstein
  • John G. Gunnell
  • Ideal-types as ʹUtopiasʹ and impartial political clarification : Weber and Mannheim on sociological prudence
Control code
OCM1bookssj0000478551
Dimensions
24 cm.
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
vi, 389 p.
Isbn
9780802092243
Lccn
2007531848
Other physical details
port.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)ssj0000478551

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