Outlines the key concerns of Weber's sociology with its focus on law, religion, politics and economic life. The authors point to the productive legacy of Weber's thought in current areas of intellectual debate. This book should be of interest to students and teachers of sociology, politics.
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'Robert J. Holton and Bryan S. Turner have produced a marvellous book analysing both the contribution of Max Weber to our theory of "modernity" and the comeback of Liberalism as a vaibel ideological and social system.' - Dr. Ronald M. Glassman, William Patterson College, New Jersey
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