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LEADER: 01485cam 22003258a 4500
001   2005018293
003 DLC
005 20050919072536.0
008 050628s2005    mdu      b    001 0 eng  
010    $a 2005018293
020    $a0739111019 (cloth : alk. paper)
020    $a0739113089 (pbk. : alk. paper)
040    $aDLC$cDLC$dDLC
042    $apcc
050 00 $aHM1131$b.K63 2005
082 00 $a301/.092$222
100 $aKoch, Andrew M.,$d1953-
245 10 $aRomance and reason :$bontological and social sources of alienation in the writings of Max Weber /$cAndrew M. Koch.
260    $aLanham, MD :$bLexington Books,$cc2005.
263    $a0510
300    $ap. cm.
504    $aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
505 $aIntroduction -- Max Weber and alienation -- The historical roots of Weber's view of alienation -- Max Weber's methodology : the limits of human knowledge -- Max Weber's ontology : the limits of the individual -- Rationality and the roots of social alienation -- Rationality and capitalism -- Bureaucracy and formal rationality -- Conclusions regarding Weber, alienation, and human subjectivity.
600 10 $aWeber, Max,$d1864-1920$xCriticism and interpretation.
650  0 $aAlienation (Social psychology)
650  0 $aAlienation (Philosophy)
650  0 $aSocial epistemology.
650  0 $aOntology$xSocial aspects.
650  0 $aRationalism.
856 41 $3Table of contents$uhttp://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip0515/2005018293.html