An Exchange Between Durkheim and Tonnies on the Nature of Social Relations, with an Introduction by Joan Aldous

@article{Aldous1972AnEB,
  title={An Exchange Between Durkheim and Tonnies on the Nature of Social Relations, with an Introduction by Joan Aldous},
  author={Joan Aldous and E mile Durkheim and Ferdinand Tonnies},
  journal={American Journal of Sociology},
  year={1972},
  volume={77},
  pages={1191 - 1200}
}
Ferdinand Tonnies was already well established at the University of Kiel and working on his Gemeinschaft und Gesellschaft in 1885 when Jtmile Durkheim's first contributions to sociological literature began appearing in the publication Revue philosophique. This journal, edited by Theodule Ribot, one of the fathers of French psychology, found a place for articles on psychology and psychopathology as well as sociology, disciplines at the time only recently separated from philosophy. The analyses… Expand
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