Weber's Influence in Weimar Germany
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The thesis that Weber was without influence in Weimar Germany is examined. It is shown that in contemporary published assessments and in private statements in interviews contemporary sociologists regarded him as important. The many dissertations on Weber and the enormous secondary literature are noted. This literature, which was contributed by some of the best minds of the day, included both the philosophical and sociological aspects of Weber's work. It is concluded that the thesis that Weber was without influence is false.
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Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences, v. 18, issue 2, p. 147-156
Scholar Commons Citation
Factor, Regis A. and Turner, Stephen, "Weber's Influence in Weimar Germany" (1982). Philosophy Faculty Publications. 219.