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Very Good. Octavo, paper covers, viii, 312 pp. Introduction by the editors. Articles are "Max Weber and the legacy of Critical Idealism, " Christian Lenhardt, "Max Weber and the Modern State, " Fred Dallayr, " "Nietzsche and Weber: When Does Reason Become Power? " Mark E. Warren, "Max Weber and the Liberal Political Tradition, " David Beetham, "Max Weber and the Bourgeoisie, " Tracy B. Strong, "The Politics of Time: Subjectivity and Modernity in Max Weber, " Terry Maley, "Mannheim and the Early Frankfurt School: The Weber Reception of Rival Traditions of Critical Sociology, " raymond Morrow, "The Comedy of Enlightenment: Weber, Habermas, and the Critique of Reification, " Asher Horowitz, "The World Disenchanted, and the Return of Gods and Demons, " Alkis kontos, "The Revenge of the Sacred: Technology and Re-enchantment, " Gilbert G. Germain, "Max Weber and post-Positivist Social Theory, " Susan Hekman, "Max Weber: Legitimation, Method, and the Politics of Theory, " Sheldon S. Wolin.
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