Consciousness and Society

ISBN-10: 0765809184
ISBN-13: 9780765809186
Edition: 2002
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Description: This is an exploration of social thought in Europe, covering Croce, Durkheim, Freud and Weber, as well as other great European minds. It asks questions such as - is there, or should there be, a relationship between science and religion?

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List price: $35.95
Copyright year: 2002
Publisher: Transaction Publishers
Publication date: 6/11/2002
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 449
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 1.628
Language: English

This is an exploration of social thought in Europe, covering Croce, Durkheim, Freud and Weber, as well as other great European minds. It asks questions such as - is there, or should there be, a relationship between science and religion?

H. Stuart Hughes is Professor of History, Emeritus, University of California, San Diego.

Jacques Semelin is professor of political science and research director at CERI-CNRS in Paris. After having studied civil resistance within Nazi Europe, he developed comparative genocide research and is now exploring processes of reconciliation and prevention. His previously published book in English is Unarmed Against Hitler: Civil Resistance in Europe, 1939-1943, and he is founder of the Online Encyclopedia of Mass Violence.

Introduction to the Transaction Edition
Acknowledgments
Some Preliminary Observations
The Decade of the 1890's: The Revolt against Positivism
The Critique of Marxism
Durkheim and Marxism as Moral Passion
Pareto and the Theory of the Elite
Croce and Historical Materialism as a Canon of Interpretation
Sorel and Marxism as "Social Poetry"
Postscript: Gramsci and Marxist Humanism
The Recovery of the Unconscious
The Philosophical and Scientific Setting
Bergson and the Uses of Intuition
Sigmund Freud: Epistemology and Metaphysics
Sigmund Freud: Social Philosophy
Jung and the "Collective Unconscious"
Georges Sorel's Search for Reality
Neo-Idealism in History
The German Idealist Tradition
Dilthey and the Definition of the "Cultural Sciences"
Benedetto Croce: From the "First Essays" to the "Historiography"
Benedetto Croce: The Concept of Ethico-Political History
Troeltsch, Meinecke, and the Crisis in German Values
The Heirs of Machiavelli: Pareto, Mosca, Michels
Postscript: Alain and the Restatement of Radicalism
Max Weber and the Transcending of Positivism and Idealism
Preamble: Durkheim and the Positivist Remainder
Intellectual Origins and Early Production
The Methodological Phase
The Studies of Religion
Sociology and History
The European Imagination and the First World War
The Generation of 1905
Peguy and Alain-Fournier
The Novelist and the Bourgeois World: Gide and Mann
The Moral Legacy of the War: Spengler and the "Elders"
The Literary Sensations of the Postwar Years: Hesse, Proust, Pirandello
The Decade of the 1920's: The Intellectuals at the Point of Cleavage
The New Philosophical Interests
The Social Question
The Role of the Intellectuals: Mann, Benda, Mannheim
A Generation in Retrospect
Bibliographical Note
Index

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