About 38 results for the topic "max weber sociology of religion"
By c adair-toteff · 2016 · cited by 13 — ciology of religion (palgrave 2015). with his various writings, max weber is justifiably regarded as the founder of the sociology of religion and will con-.
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By tm steeman · 1964 · cited by 11 — that it was religion that hampered a similar development in the east. in the protestant ethic weber's ap- proach was admittedly one-sided. he isolated purposely ...
By h treiber · 1985 · cited by 51 — essays in the sociology of religion' max weber's interest centere ... this way, weber's use of the term "elective affinities" appears to be an.
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Weber found inner worldly asceticism in protestantism, mainly in calvinism and attempted to trace their impact in the development of capitalism in his essay ...
By w stark · 1968 · cited by 28 — max weber's concept of catholicism was lar from realistic. without giv- ing it the close study he devoted to, e.g., buddhism and taoism, he.
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To weber, methodical ethical action stood as the most effective force within the religious realm antagonistic to magic. what is the nature of ...
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By m weber · 2006 · cited by 7 — max weber. (a) origins of religion. (a.1) primordial notions of religion. (a.1.a) viewpoint. it is not possible to define religion, to say what it "is," at.
By p załęski · cited by 28 — world-flying mysticism in weber's typology (weber 1978: 545) is religiousness that is different from the inner-worldly asceticism and from asceticism in general ...
By j agassi · 1981 · cited by 1 — sociology dates back to the dawn of science; yet contemporary sociology, whose founding fathers were emile durkheim, max weber and georg simmel,.