The Final Version by Max Weber
Economy and Society: The Final Version represents the codification of Weber’s thinking on the fundamental topics of social science: sociology as an interpretative science of society the economy treated in an interpretative manner the legitimacy of rulership and power the formation of class,...
To Be Published January 31st 2016 by Routledge
Collected Methodological Writings
Series: Weber in Translation
Weber’s methodological writings form the bedrock of key ideas across the social sciences. His discussion of value freedom and value commitment, causality, understanding and explanation, theory building and ideal types have been of fundamental importance, and their impact remains undiminished today....
Published December 13th 2013 by Routledge
This book brings together leading figures in history, sociology, political science, feminism and critical theory to interpret, evaluate, criticize and update Weber's legacy. In a collection of specially commissioned pieces and translated articles the Weberian scholarship recognizes Max Weber as the...
Published October 10th 2008 by Routledge
Understanding Weber provides an accessible and comprehensive explanation of the central issues of Weber's work. Using the most recent scholarship and editions of Weber's writings, Sam Whimster establishes the full range, depth and development of Max Weber's approach to the social and cultural...
Published March 8th 2007 by Routledge
Weber is increasingly being recognised as the theorist of modernity. Avoiding the mistakes of other classical thinkers, his sociological analysis has an increasing validity and relevance. Selected by one of the world's leading Weber scholars, this book introduces the work of this key thinker to a...
Published November 27th 2003 by Routledge
A Study of Metropolitan Change
This incisive inter-disciplinary text provides a major contribution to the study of finance capital and the metropolis. It is the first authoritative account of the momentous changes in the organisation of finance capital that occurred in the 1980s. But it never contents itself with a mere record...
Published January 9th 1992 by Routledge