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Weber's Rationalism and Modern Society rediscovers Max Weber for the twenty-first century. Tony and Dagmar Waters' translation of Weber's works highlights his contributions to the social sciences and politics, credited with highlighting concepts such as "iron cage," "bureaucracy," "bureaucratization," "rationalization," "charisma," and the role of the "work ethic" in order ...more
Hardcover, 240 pages
Published April 9th 2015 by Palgrave Macmillan (first published April 1st 2015)
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Ronit Konch
The editors and translators claim that the current translation is truer to the original text of Max Weber. It might be true. I cannot read German and therefore cannot verify the veracity of their claim. What I do know is that compared to previous translations of Weber it is far more convoluted, unreadable and pedantic. I had to read some paragraphs multiple times and summarize its arguments to understand what it is talking about. When I turned to earlier translations the same ideas were far clea ...more
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Very clear translations & context for Weber's key essays, although probably of more use to academic readers than the general interest reader. ...more
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