Emile Durkheim and the Reformation of Sociology

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This book proposes a new representation of Emile Durkheim, as the philosopher and moralist who wanted to renovate rationalism, challenge positivism, reform sociology, and extend Schopenhauer's philosophy to the new domain of sociology. Above all, it highlights Durkheim's vision of sociology as the 'science of morality' that would eventually replace moralities based on religion.

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Stjepan G. Mestrovic is Professor at Texas A&M University and author of Durkheim and Postmodern Culture.

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Much has been written about sociology's intellectual crisis, but few promising solutions have been offered. Mestrovic nominates Durkheim as the perfect 'totem' to achieve a contemporary reconciliation of the conceptual gap characterizing modern sociology. . . . For the serious Durkheim scholar, this work is a treasure trove. (Contemporary Sociology)

A refreshing reappraisal of Durkheim's sociology. This work should interest a wide range of sociologists, but especially sociological theorists, Durkheim scholars and those in the sociology of knowledge. (Sociological Inquiry)

An important contribution to the understanding of the sociology of Emile Durkheim. . . . (CHOICE)

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