Weber: A Short Introduction

Wiley, 2006年3月24日 - 152 頁
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In this short and accessible introductory text, Gianfrano Poggioffers a masterly account of the most important themes in Weberswritings. Assuming no previous knowledge of Webers work, the bookfocuses on his conception of sociology, social process, religion,and the genesis and nature of the modern state.

This is Poggi at his very best. His account is authorative, butunpretentious, intellectually sophisticated, but still highlyreadable. As such, this highly perceptive book is bound to becomean indispensable guide to Webers key ideas, suitable for use byanyone requiring a concise and yet scholarly introduction to Weberswork, whether at undergraduate or postgraduate level.

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Gianfranco Poggi is Professor of Sociology at the University of Trento, Italy