Main Currents in Sociological Thought: Durkheim, Pareto, Weber - Vol. 2

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INDEX
affective action, Weber on, 181, 239
aggregates, combination of, 124-125, I32, 134, 173
altruism, Pareto on, 130-131
altruist suicide, Durkheim on, 31-32, 33-34
animism, Durkheim on, 43-44, 59
anomic suicide, Durkheim on, 32-33, 36
anomie, 72, 73, 245
appetites, Pareto on, 120-122
apriorism, Durkheim on, 55-56
aristocracy, Pareto on, 154-155
Aristotle, 240
asceticism, mysticism and, 225; Pareto on, 131-132
association and institution, Weber on, 230-231
Bergson, Henri, 41, 53
Bolshevism, versus Menshevism, 167-168
Brunschvicg, Léon, 110
bureaucracy, 203-204; Pareto on, 157‐ I58; Weber on, 213-214
Calvinism, Weber on, 216-218
capitalism, and capitalist system, 213‐ 2I4, 219, 221-223; concept of, 203; Protestantism and, 212, 215-217, 246
Catholic Church, 30, 38; in France, 96
charisma, 224-225, 236, 237, 240-241, 249, 252
China, 222
churinga, 48
clan system, Durkheim on, 42, 48-54, 65
collective beliefs, 5
collective consciousness, Durkheim on, I4-15, 17, 18, 22-23, 81
collective phenomena, Durkheim on, 29-30
collectivity, individuals and, II-12, 15I7, 22-23, 162-163; Pareto on, 148‐ I5I, 162-163; utilities for and of, 165‐ I66
communist doctrines, Durkheim on, 75, 77
community, Weber on, 229-230
comprehension, Weber on, 185-186
Comte, Auguste, 20, 74, 80, 229; compared to Pareto, 138-139; compared to Weber, 182; influence on Durkheim, 2, II, 71, 73, 82, 94, 259; "religion of humanity," 42, 57, 97
conceptualization, Weber on, 241
conflict, Weber on, 229
constraint, Durkheim on, 62-64
contracts, between individuals, 19-20
conviction, ethic of, Weber on, 207‐ 208, 210-211
corporations, as intermediaries of government, Durkheim on, 85-86, 162
crime, Durkheim's theory of, 17, 18, 35, 64, 67; sociological definition of, 17‐ I8
cruelty, Pareto on, 129-130
culture, science of, 205
Darwin, Charles, 22
Daudet, Léon, 162

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  • Title Page *
  • Preface v
  • Contents ix
  • Introduction i
  • ÉMile Durkheim *
  • I - De la Division Du Travail Social 11
  • II - Le Suicide 24
  • III - Les Formes éLéMentaires de la Vie Religieuse (1) 35
  • IV - Les Formes éLéMentaires de la Vie Religieuse (2) 47
  • V - Las RèGles de la MéThode Sociologique 59
  • VI - Socialism 70
  • VII - Philosophy and Morality 82
  • Vilfredo Pareto *
  • I - Logical and Nonlogical Actions 101
  • II - Residues 116
  • III - Residues and Derivations 128
  • IV - From Analysis to Synthesis 138
  • V - Elites and Cycles of Mutual Dependence 148
  • VI - The Significance of Pareto's Work 160
  • VII - Final Remarks on Pareto 169
  • Max Weber *
  • I - The Conception of Science 179
  • II - Science and Action 188
  • III - Historical Causality and Sociological Causality: the Ideal Types 197
  • IV - Philosophy of Values and Sociology of Religion 205
  • V - The Sociology of Religion: Economy and Society 220
  • VI - Political Sociology 233
  • Conclusion 253
  • Bibliographies 265
  • Index 269
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