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This article considers three aspects of the sociology of resentment. Firstly I describe Nietzsche’s relationship to Max Weber. Secondly this article outlines Weber’s account of resentment as the driving force behind religious beliefs as a theodicy, specifically an ideology of disprivileged...
This paper attempts to introduce the topic of thinking into current sociology and to raise the question whether a sociology of thinking might be possible and, if so, what such a sociology could look like. Thinking is typically seen as something intensely private and fleeting in nature, two...
The paper begins by outlining the approaches to the development of a philosophy of social science in the work of Bourdieu, Passeron, and Habermas. The discussion of the positions of Comte and Mill which follows is an historical case-study of the tensions between competing stances adopted in the...
The paper addresses the recent turn to pragmatism within sociological theory, arguing that, in crucial respects, the ‘new’ pragmatism is at odds with the animating thrust of the ‘old’ pragmatism associated with James, Dewey and Mead. Two tendencies in the new pragmatism are discussed,...
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