Karl Mannheim


Born
in Hungary
March 27, 1893

Died
January 09, 1947


Average rating: 3.91 · 482 ratings · 20 reviews · 36 distinct worksSimilar authors
Ideology and Utopia: An Int...

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دموکراتیک شدن فرهنگ

3.54 avg rating — 13 ratings — published 2007
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Essays On The Sociology Of ...

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Essays Sociology Knowledge V 5

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Diagnosis Of Our Time: Wart...

3.80 avg rating — 5 ratings — published 1943 — 11 editions
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Man and Society In an Age o...

3.80 avg rating — 5 ratings — published 1935 — 10 editions
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Strukturen des Denkens

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From Karl Mannheim

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Het generatieprobleem

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Conservatorismo. Nascita e ...

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“ideology signifies a phenomenon intermediate between a simple lie at one pole, and an error, which is the result of a distorted and faulty conceptual apparatus, at the other.”
Karl Mannheim

“In our contemporary social and intellectual plight, it is nothing less than shocking to discover that those persons who claim to have discovered an absolute are usually the same people who also pretend to be superior to the rest. To find people in our day attempting to pass off to the world and recommending to others some nostrum of the absolute which they claim to have discovered is merely a sign of the loss of and the need for intellectual and moral certainty, felt by broad sections of the population who are unable to look life in the face.”
Karl Mannheim, Ideology and Utopia: An Introduction to the Sociology of Knowledge

“Hence insight may be regarded as the core of social knowledge. It is arrived at by being on the inside of the phenomenon to. be observed, or, as Charles H. Cooley put it, by sympathetic introspection. It is the participation in an activity that generates interest, purpose, point of view, value, meaning, and intelligibility, as well as bias.”
Karl Mannheim, Ideology And Utopia: An Introduction to the Sociology of Knowledge