Max Weber and Karl Marx

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a
absolute spirit 91
abstract universality 36 , 61
abstraction of state 102 -3
action 66 -7;
consequences of 68 ;
irrationality of 66 ;
political 10 , 70 ;
renunciatory 75 ;
social 18 ;
and values 39
aims 19 , 67 -8, 70
alienation 6 - 7 , 8 , 15 , 23 , 27 , 39 , 80 , 95 , 100 ;
and commodification 96 - 102 ;
see also self-alienation
Althusser, Louis 3 , 4
anarchy 78
anthropology 7 , 15 , 16 , 24 , 91 , 92 , 93 , 95 , 113
Aron, Raymond 41
atheism 46 ;
scientific 56 , 86
attitudes to life 63
authenticity 27 -8
authority of institutions 73
autonomous economic behaviour 70 , 110
autonomy 36 , 105 ;
individual 10 , 65 -6, 70 , 78

b
Bachelard, Gaston 3
background of phenomena 58 - 60
Balibar, E. 3
Baudrillard, Jean 1
Bauer, Bruno 103 , 106 -7
Beck, U. 7
being/being-there 8 , 12 , 26 , 27 , 28
being-in-the-world 82
Bloch, Ernst 11 , 29
body/mind 25 -6
Bourdieu, Pierre 26
bourgeois man 44 , 64 , 79
bourgeois society 6 - 7 ;
alienation in 6 , 23 , 102 -8;
anatomy of 83 , 89 ;
and capitalism 6 - 7 , 28 , 42 , 48 , 63 , 83 , 110 -11, 124 ;
contradictions of 24 , 77 , 105 , 111 ;
economic behaviour 70 ;
man in 6 , 16 , 19 , 24 , 48 , 64 , 93 , 94 , 95 , 100 , 102 -8, 119 ;
and rationalisation 80 ;
and religion 16 , 70 ;
see also civil society;
state
bourgeois sociology 4
bourgeois state 102 -8, 124
Brentano, Franz 62
Burckhardt, Jacob 75 , 87
bureaucracy/bureaucratisation 10 , 73 -5, 78 , 104

c
capitalism 35 , 42 , 43 , 48 -9, 81 ;
and Being 28 ;
and bourgeois society 6 - 7 , 28 , 42 , 48 , 63 , 83 , 110 -11, 124 ;
cultural significance of 51 -2;
as exploitation 3 , 6 - 7 ;
and human condition 34 , 43 , 48 , 52 ;
and modernisation 7 ;
power relations in 63 ;
private 73 , 75 , 111 ;
and rationalisation 49 ;
spirit of 63 , 64 , 121 , 122
Cartesianism/Descartes 25

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