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48 Laws of Power
His Life and Work: A Historical and Critical Studyav Steven Lukes439
This study of Durkheim seeks to help the reader to achieve a historical understanding of his ideas and to form critical judgments about their value. To some extent these tow aims are contradictory. On the one hand, one seeks to understand: what did Durkheim really mean, how did he see the world, how did his ideas related to one another and how did they develop, how did they related to their biographical and historical context, how were they received, what influence did they have and to what criticism were they subjected, what was it like not to make certain distinctions, not to see certain errors, of fact or of logic, not to know what has subsequently become known? On the other hand, one seeks to assess: how valuable and how valid are the ideas, to what fruitful insights and explanations do they lead, how do they stand up to analysis and to the evidence, what is their present value? Yet it seems that it is only by inducing oneself not to see and only by seeing them that one can make a critical assessment. The only solution is to pursue both aims-seeing and not seeing-simultaneously. More particularly, this book has the primary object of achieving that sympathetic understanding without which no adequate critical assessment is possible. It is a study in intellectual history which is also intended as a contribution to sociological theory.
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"This is a very important book on the found of modern sociology, one which no serious student of our discipline should miss... What makes this impressive work of scholarship so worthwhile is its thoroughness and objectivity." -Edward A. Tiryakian ,American Journal of Sociology "Luke's book is a major contribution, both as what will clearly be the standard work on Durkheim for a long time and as an approach to all those urgent contemporary questions which we cannot even formulate without confronting Durkheim's thought." -Alasdair McIntyre ,The New York Review of Books "Lukes has set an altogether new standard of illuminating and intelligent scholarship in the whole field of the history of ideas which will be hard indeed to emulate, but for which anyone seriously concerned with sociological thought in the future will be profoundly grateful." Times Literary Supplement