Max Weber and Karl Marx

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b
Burckhardt, Jacob (1955), The Letters of Jacob Burckhardt (London: Routledge & Kegan Paul).

d
Dilthey, Wilhelm (1959, 1962), Einleitung in die Geisteswissenschaften. Gesammelte Schriften, Vol. 1 (Stuttgart: Teubner). There are various English translations of excerpts from Dilthey’s works.

e
Engels, Friedrich. See Marx and Engels.

f
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g
Gerth, H.H. and Mills, C.W. (eds) (1947), From Max Weber (London: Routledge & Kegan Paul).
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h
Habermas, J. (1972), Knowledge and Human Interests (London: Heinemann).
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j
Jaspers, Karl (1921), Rede bei der von der Heidelberger Studentenschaft am 17 Juli 1920 veranstalteten Trauerfeier (Tübingen: Mohr); repr. in Karl Jaspers, Rechenschaft und Ausblick (Munich: Piper, 1951).

k
Korsch, Karl (1923), Marxism and Philosophy (London: New Left Books, 1970).
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l
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