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Max Weber and Contemporary Capitalism by N. Gane

By N. Gane

This publication explores the makes use of and bounds of Max Weber's paintings for considering sociologically approximately capitalism this present day. The books argues that via Weber, a community of ideas should be constructed that could body a sociological research of the present.

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