Solidarist Syndicalism: Durkheim and Duguit

  title={Solidarist Syndicalism: Durkheim and Duguit},
  author={J. E. S. Hayward},
  journal={The Sociological Review},
  pages={185 - 202}
  • J. Hayward
  • Published 1 December 1960
  • Law
  • The Sociological Review
I f it is accurate to apply to Durkheim, Gaston Richard's assenion: 'As soon as the sociologist abandons the consideration of societies for that of the universal societ}' of minds, and group solidarities for the solidarity of men in space and time, he is philosophising,' Leon Duguit's critical and constructive, sociology-centred jurisprudence based upon the normative fact of social solidarity as the source of all legal obligation, fits this implied criticism. For all his pretensions to a… 
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    P-75-On jouhaux's early career, see R. Millet
    • Les Techniques Nouvelles du Syndicalisme
    La Representation Syndicate au Parlemem' in Reznie Politique et PoTtementaire, I9ti
    • notes, and Traite, I
    Chef de Cabinet' of Justin Godart, the Minister of Labour who established rhe 'Conseil National Economique
    • Revue PoHtique et Parlementaire, i895=
    • 1911
    Duguit was born in 1859 and died in 1928. -'L'Election des Scnateurs' in Ra
    • 1932
    On the 'Minimum Programme' and the events leading up to the General Strike of 1920, see R, L. Bueili Contemporary French Politics
    • Leroy • Les Techniques Nouvelles du Syndicalisme
    • 1920
    Le Federalisme Economique, t9oo
    • 1911
    ^ Duguit; 'L'Election des Scnaicurs
    • 1912
    VEiat, p, 615; cf. p. I €1 ^eq
    • Jbul
    • 1907
    Diiguii was, together with Gide, one of the four founders in 1887 of the unorthodox Revue d'Eccnto-mie Politique, being its secretary until 1890 •.md joint-secretary thereafter