9 edition of Durkheim, morals and modernity found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 271-281) and index.
|Statement||W. Watts Miller.|
|Series||McGill-Queen"s studies in the history of ideas -- 20|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 288 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||288|
|LC Control Number||95920921|
Much of Durkheim's work was concerned with how societies could maintain their integrity and coherence in modernity; an era in which traditional social and religious ties are no longer assumed, and in which new social institutions have come into being/5(). Above all, a moral fact is a social fact because it perfectly corresponds to Durkheim’s definition of a social fact, provided in the Rules of sociological method. In this book, he tries to establish Sociology as an independent science, irreducible to other disciplines, such as Psychology and Biology.
French philosopher Emile Durkheim's book The Division of Labor in Society (or De la Division du Travail Social) debuted in It was his first major published work and the one in which he introduced the concept of anomie or the breakdown of the influence of . For Durkheim, religion is endemic to social life, because it is a necessary feature of all moral communities. The key term here is sacred. By sacred Durkheim meant something like, unquestionable, taken-for-granted, and binding, or emitting a special aura. Wherever you find the sacred, thought Durkheim, there you have religion.
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Durkheim, Morals, and Modernity will be widely welcomed not only by students of social and political theory but also by scholars working in the fields of philosophy and history of s: 1.
Watts Miller highlights Durkheim's communitarian route to liberalism and abolishes ill-conceived ideas that Durkheim is at heart conservative in outlook. The author shows that Durkheim's social science is rationalist, not positivist, and, in tackling all the "big questions," stands comparison with the work of David Hume and Immanuel Kant/5.
Engages with recent debates on modernism and morality, demonstrating the contemporary relevance of Durkheim's ideas. This book is intended for social and political theory, philosophy of science and Durkheimian studies within sociology, philosophy and by: Book Description Thorough and wide-ranging examination of the science of morals, reviving and defending the tradition of a scientific approach to ethics.
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Read more Read less click to open popover. Durkheim was worried that in this form of modernity created selfish individuals which would exist and focus on their own economic gain even at the expense of others.
Here, the conscience collective has decreased in importance and now concentrates on the individual. The enlightenment bought about the significance of science. This volume focuses on three closely-connected aspects of Ã‰mile Durkheim's work: his sociology of justice, his sociology of morality and his political sociology.
The works of Emile Durkheim have had an enormous influence on sociology. This book provides, first, a clearly written introduction to Durkheim's major works, looking at each of the major fields to which he contributed.
Secondly, it examines the ways in which Durkheim has continued to provide inspiration in a variety of areas within sociology. Get this from a library. Durkheim, morals and modernity.
[William Watts Miller] -- This thorough and wide-ranging examination of the science of morals revives and defends the tradition of a scientific approach to ethics.
It engages with recent debates on modernism and morality. Durkheim, Morals, and Modernity will be widely welcomed not only by students of social and political theory but also by scholars working in the fields of philosophy and history of ideas.
Details Part of the McGill-Queen's Studies in the History of Ideas Series (number 20 in series). An important and innovative conception of constitutive practices plays a key role in Durkheim’s theory of modernity as outlined in De la Division du Travail Sociale (), his first book.
One of Durkheim’s major works was a Book called ‘The division of labor in society’. This is known as one of his most famous books, as it includes some key elements of his sociological thoughts.
In this book, Durkheim wrote about the differences within traditional and modern societies. Adorno's critique of Durkheim's sociology of morals, Tobias Garde Hagens; Communitarian ethics and the sociology of morals: Alasdair MacIntyre and Ã‰mile Durkheim, Robert T.
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Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Book: All Authors / Contributors: William Watts Miller. Find more information about: ISBN:. The book begins with Durkheim's review of French social thought, then chapters on "Sociology and Social Action, The Evolution of Morality, The Learning of Morality," and "Social Creativity." A lengthy introduction gives an overview of Durkheim's biography, other writers who influenced his thinking, as well as summaries of the major works whose Reviews: 7.
Emile Durkheim: Sociologist of Modernity | Wiley This comprehensive volume ranges across the entire spectrum of contemporary sociological inquiry, as seen by Durkheim. It also includes secondary readings by social thinkers of today, connecting the classic writings of Durkheim to contemporary issues.
Emile Durkheim is best known in this country as a great sociologist and methodologist. Yet it was Durkheim’s reflections on morality and society that spoke most deeply of his vital concerns. In his informative introduction to this work, Robert N. Bellah describes Durkheim as moralist, philosopher.
As people engage in more economic activity with neighbors or distant traders, they begin to loosen the traditional bonds of family, religion, and moral solidarity that had previously ensured social integration.
Durkheim worried that modernity might herald the disintegration of society. Restriction and regulations must be moral for an individual to respect it. According to Durkheim society can play this role, since it is “the only moral power superior to the individual”(p.
83). Every society has a collective ideology that oblige an individual to live up to. Durkheim, Morals, and Modernity will be widely welcomed not only by students of social and political theory but also by scholars working in the fields of philosophy and history of ideas.
豆瓣成员常用的标签. Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press, The title is misleading. It makes this book sound like dozens of other books on Durkheim, morals, and modernity -- and therefore less than enticing. However, on the contrary, the book itself proves to be novel, fascinating, and for the most part well worth reading.
Modernity is defined as a condition of social existence that is significantly different to all past forms of human experience, while modernization refers to the transitional process of moving from “traditional” or “primitive” communities to modern societies. Debates over modernity have been most prominent in the discipline of sociology, created in the nineteenth century specifically to.