Max Weber's 'Objectivity' Reconsidered

Laurence McFalls

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Laurence McFalls  
Reeks
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German and European Studies  
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Genre
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Mens en Maatschappij  
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Univ of Toronto Pr  
Uitgavedatum
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01/01/2007
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Nederlands  
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233, 161, 31
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389 p.
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Acknowledgments vii
Introduction: Towards a Comparative Reception-History of Max Weber's Oeuvre 3(28)
Laurence McFalls
Augustin Simard
Barbara Theriault
Part One: The Partisan and the Scholar: Weber's `Objectivity' between Theory and Practice
Weber on Objectivity: Advocate or Critic?
31(27)
John Drysdale
The Paradox of Social Science: Weber, Winch, and Wittgenstein
58(31)
John G. Gunnell
Ideal-Types as `Utopias' and Impartial Political Clarification: Weber and Mannheim on Sociological Prudence
89(28)
Peter Breiner
Did Weber Practise the Objectivity He Preached?
117(20)
Mario Bunge
Part Two: `Objectivity' in Cross-cultural Translation
Speaking Past One Another: Durkheim, Weber, and Varying Modes of Sociological Explanation
137(28)
Catherine Colliot-Thelene
Talcott Parsons: A Critical Loyalty to Max Weber
165(19)
Guy Rocher
Weberianism, Modernity, and the Fall of the Wall
184(22)
Roberto Motta
Rethinking Weber's Ideal-Types of Development, Politics, and Scientific Knowledge
206(19)
Naoshi Yamawaki
Weber, Braudel, and Objectivity in Comparative Research
225(16)
Jack Goody
An Empirical Assessment of Max Weber's `Objectivity of Social Science Knowledge'
241(20)
Anthony Oberschall
Part Three: Weber and Contemporary Social Science: An Opportunity Missed?
On Being a Weberian (after Spain's 11-14 March): Notes on the Continuing Relevance of the Methodological Perspective Proposed by Weber
261(29)
Robert M. Fishman
Weber and the Problem of Social Science Prediction
290(19)
Stephen E. Hanson
Weber, Objectivity, and the Classics of Comparative Politics
309(13)
Jeffrey Kopstein
Also One Hundred Years since Weber Flirted with Ethnography
322(29)
James A. Boon
Conclusion: The `Objectivist' Ethic and the `Spirit' of Science 351(24)
Laurence McFalls
Augustin Simard
Barbara Theriault
Contributors 375(8)
Index 383