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On the eve of World War II, a group of men met regularly in the back room of the Paris bookstore to discuss contemporary society. However diverse their views and interests, they shared a primary intent: to counter anarchistic individualism of the Surrealists by seeking to understand how close knit communities formed. To this end, they propose the notion of a "sacred sociology" which would explore these phenomenons that draw individuals together in voluntary communion: brotherhood, secret societies, churches and armies. Now translated into English for the first time, 'The College of Sociology' brings together all the relevant text produced by members- lectures, articles, letters and notes- that set each text within its cultural and political context.
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