The Philosophical Discourse of Modernity
Twelve Lectures (Studies in Contemporary German Social Thought)
March 14, 1990
The MIT Press
Written in English.
In his famous introduction to the collection of his studies on the sociology of religion, Max Weber takes up the "problem of universal history" to which his scholarly life was dedicated, namely, the question why, outside Europe, "the scientific, the artistic, the political, or the economic development . . . did not enter upon that path of rationalization which is peculiar to the Occident?"
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