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Michelet and Social Romanticism: Religion, Revolution, Nature
L'A. defend la these selon laquelle les aspects historique, ideologique, politique et religieux de l'ouvrage de Michelet intitule «Le peuple» (1846) s'inscrivent dans le mouvement du romantismeExpand
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Anarchism, Expressionism and Psychoanalysis
The central figure in the study that follows is Otto Gross, one of Freud's early followers who anticipated in an interesting, non-Marxian form, the radical psychoanalysis of Wilhelm Reich. Gross didExpand
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The Iron Cage: An Historical Interpretation of Max Weber
This major study of the father of modern sociology explores the intimate relationship between the events of Max Weber's personal history and the development of his thought. When it was firstExpand
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Sociology and Estrangement: Three Sociologists of Imperial Germany
Arthur Mitzman's critical study of three major German sociologists--the nineteenth-century pioneers Ferdinand Tonnies, Werner Sombart, and Robert Michels--is rooted in the context of German socialExpand
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[Sartre's Flaubert].