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Thu Feb 12 22:03:50 2015 UTClccn-n500138550.33Gesamtausgabe0.670.92Sociology at the turn of the century : on G. Simmel in comparison with F. Tönnies, M. Weber and E. Durkheim /18242Ferdinand_Tönniesn 5001385549333Normannus 1855-1936Tainis, Pherntinant 1855-1936Toennies, F.Toennies, FerdinandToennies, Ferdinand 1855-1936Tönnies, F.Tonnies, FerdinandTonnies, Ferdinand. , 1855-1936Tönnies, Ferdynand.Тённис, Фердинанд, 1855-1936テンニエステンニースlccn-n79059190Hobbes, Thomas1588-1679autlccn-n50043425Loomis, Charles Price1905-1995auitratrledtcrelccn-n84089582Harris, Joséedtlccn-n79006935Marx, Karl1818-1883lccn-n88167635Fechner, Rolfothautedtlccn-no2001001613Pappenheim, Fritzautlccn-n78079764Bammé, Arnoautedtlccn-n50013086Sombart, Werner1863-1941lccn-n50036641Michels, Robert1876-1936lccn-n84073216Mitzman, Arthur1931-autTönnies, Ferdinand1855-1936HistoryBibliographyConference proceedingsRecords and correspondenceCriticism, interpretation, etcSociologySocial structureGemeinschaft and Gesellschaft (Sociology)Political scienceGreat BritainNatural lawCommunitiesElite (Social sciences)Social interactionPuritan Revolution (Great Britain : 1642-1660)EthicsAlienation (Social psychology)Manners and customsGermanySocial historyCivil War (Great Britain : 1642-1649)Public opinionCrime preventionPunishment in crime deterrenceHistorical sociologySociology--Comparative methodSocial sciencesFree will and determinismSocialismWar--CausesSocial problemsPhilosophy, ModernSoulSociologistsMoral conditionsInternational relationsPhilosophersDenmarkInfluence (Literary, artistic, etc.)Social isolationSociology--PhilosophySociology--MethodologyPolitical science--PhilosophyThought and thinkingGreat Britain.--ParliamentEuropeSocial groupsDiplomatic relationsWagesTönnies, Ferdinand,Civil societyPhilosophyMichels, Robert,Community lifeSombart, Werner,185519361877188018811883188718881889189118931894189518961897189819001901190219031904190519061907190819091910191119121913191419151916191719181919192019211922192319241925192619271928192919301931193219331934193519361937193919401942194419461947195419551957195919601961196219631964196519661967196819691970197119721973197419751976197719781979198019811982198319841985198619871988198919901991199219931994199519961997199819992000200120022003200420052006200720082009201020112012201320142015177224761629301HM57ocn056035336ocn000964617ocn000516085ocn001194929ocn644594210ocn000374011ocn045023116ocn000845437ocn000566324ocn043648579ocn000063754ocn000065110ocn000068045ocn000615902ocn004092564ocn008016658ocn489788816ocn681874211ocn882503863ocn456507816ocn257712614ocn246518521ocn797103067ocn254069514ocn310865402ocn797760172ocn256211606ocn246868752ocn468274703ocn254464826ocn448401006ocn439250376ocn707196223ocn721357654ocn072199284ocn072612257ocn718859364ocn721079008ocn185937757ocn1857552693029232ocn056035336book18870.60Tönnies, FerdinandCommunity and civil society"Ferdinand Tonnies's Gemeinschaft und Gesellschaft (first published in 1887) is a classic of social and political theory in the later-modern period. It focuses on the universally endemic clash between small-scale, kinship and neighbourhood-based 'communities' and large-scale competitive market 'societies'. This theme is explored in all aspects of life - in political, economic, legal and family structures; in art, religion and culture; in constructions of 'selfhood' and 'personhood'; and in modes of cognition, language and human understanding. Tonnies is best known as one of the 'founding fathers' of modern sociology, but the present work lays greater emphasis on his relationship to European political thought and to developments in philosophy since the seventeeth-century scientific revolution, particularly the legacies of Hobbes and Kant. It can be read at many different levels: as a response to developments in Bismarckian Germany; as a more general critique of the culture of modernity; as a theoretical exercise in social, political and moral science; and as an unusual commentary on the inner character of 'democratic socialism'. This new translation and introduction make Tonnies's classic but difficult work accessible to English-speaking readers interested in social and political theory, intellectual and social history, language and cultural studies, and the history of economic thought."--Jacket+-+8732106705150355ocn000964617book19570.60Tönnies, FerdinandCommunity & society (Gemeinschaft und Gesellschaft)Printbegrænsninger: Der kan printes kapitelvis+-+5502382335111554ocn000063754book18880.77Hobbes, ThomasThe elements of law, natural and politicFirst published in 1969+-+459071962532482640ocn000374011book19050.67Tönnies, FerdinandCustom; an essay on social codesIn Custom, Ferdinand Tönnies illustrates the relationship of custom to various aspects of culture, such as religion, gender, and family. Tönnies argues that all social norms are evolved from a basic sense of order, which is largely derived from customs. As such, custom refers to the ideal, and the desirable, and it mediates subjective aspects of social life. Tönnies makes observations in Custom that are just as true today as when they were written over a century ago. The pivotal idea in Tönnies work is the observation that custom, like its individual counterpart habit, has three distinct aspects: a fact--an actual way of conduct; a norm--a general rule of conduct; and a will. The analysis, extended into the field of collective behavior, helps to explain how far custom can be regarded as a manifestation of a common will. Custom is a classic contribution in the grand canon of law and society scholarship. Moreover, the volume introduces several key elements of Tönnies' work focusing on broader sociological thought, which benefits both the theoretical understanding of law as an object of social science reflection, as well as provides empirical insights into the roles of law in society.--Back cover67023ocn000516085book19710.60Tönnies, FerdinandFerdinand Toennies on sociology: pure, applied, and empirical5925ocn644594210file20080.33Tönnies, FerdinandGesamtausgabe+-+K59306566858512ocn001194929book19190.56Tönnies, FerdinandKarl Marx, his life and teachings (Leben und Lehre)51130ocn043648579book19220.82Tönnies, FerdinandFerdinand Tönnies on public opinion : selections and analysesThis text presents selections from Ferdinand Tonnies "Kritik der offentlichen Meining (Critique of Public Opinion)". The editors give a brief history of public opinion and provide the translation and original analyses of Tonnies work, situating it theoretically and historically+-+341650792547031ocn021298197book18890.67Hobbes, ThomasBehemoth ; or, The long ParliamentHistory"Behemoth is Thomas Hobbes's narrative of the English Civil Wars from the beginning of the Scottish revolution in 1637 to the Restoration of the Monarchy in 1660. It is his only composition to address directly the history of the events which formed the context of his writings in Leviathan and elsewhere on sovereignty and the government of the Church. Although presented as an account of past events, it conceals a vigorous attack on the values of the religious and political establishment of Restoration England. This is the first fully scholarly edition of the work, and the first new edition of the text since 1889. Based on Hobbes's own presentation manuscript, it includes for the first time an accurate transcription of the passages which Hobbes had deleted in the text, and notes made by early readers."--BOOK JACKET+-+999098177532427948ocn001595346book19070.67Tönnies, FerdinandDie Entwicklung der socialen Frage bis zum WeltkriegeHistory2696ocn060724114file18910.85Tönnies, FerdinandThe prevention of crime22224ocn006933498book18960.77Tönnies, FerdinandThomas Hobbes leben und lehre22130ocn004526031book19310.70Tönnies, FerdinandEinführung in die Soziologie1854ocn001093148book19740.80Tönnies, FerdinandOn social ideas and ideologiesHistory18127ocn002533540book19250.85Tönnies, FerdinandSoziologische Studien und Kritiken+-+535071631415925ocn024187933book18970.82Tönnies, FerdinandDer Nietzsche-Kultus : eine KritikCriticism, interpretation, etc15310ocn001975562book19750.82Tönnies, FerdinandStudien zur Philosophie und Gesellschaftslehre im 17. JahrhundertHistory13014ocn816635592book19210.74Tönnies, FerdinandKarl Marx, sa vie et son oeuvre12213ocn006678894book19150.82Tönnies, FerdinandEnglische Weltpolitik in englischer Beleuchtung10812ocn003691931book18960.82Tönnies, FerdinandHobbes leben und lehre77113ocn000255247book19590.63Pappenheim, FritzThe alienation of modern man; an interpretation based on Marx and Tönnies+-+10550980356125ocn000627788book19730.67Mitzman, ArthurSociology and estrangement: three sociologists of Imperial GermanyHistory2414ocn001366437book19730.80Cahnman, Werner JFerdinand Tönnies. A new evaluationEssays over het werk van de Duitse socioloog Ferdinand Tönnies (1855-1936)2143ocn028548200book19930.85Cahnman, Werner JWeber & Toennies : comparative sociology in historical perspectiveSelected essays dealing with Max Weber, Ferdinand Toennies and the historical sociology1083ocn001277912book19710.87Jacoby, E. GDie moderne Gesellschaft im sozialwissenschaftlichen Denken von Ferdinand Tönnies; eine biographische EinführungHistory782ocn005009195book19460.85Leif, JosephLa sociologie de Tönnies772ocn011036609book19840.92Atoji, YoshioSociology at the turn of the century : on G. Simmel in comparison with F. Tönnies, M. Weber and E. Durkheim691ocn008908011book19810.87Tönnies-SymposionAnkunft bei Tönnies : soziologische Beiträge zum 125. Geburtstag von Ferdinand TönniesConference proceedings692ocn028721438book19920.85Fechner, RolfFerdinand Tönnies : WerkverzeichnisBibliography683ocn005046260book19660.87Bellebaum, AlfredDas soziologische System von Ferdinand Tönnies unter besonderer Berücksichtigung seiner soziographischen Untersuchungen631ocn022005981book19890.87Tönnies, FerdinandBriefwechselRecords and correspondence611ocn026137547book19910.77Tönnies-SymposionHundert Jahre "Gemeinschaft und Gesellschaft" : Ferdinand Tönnies in der internationalen DiskussionHistory601ocn034019200book19950.63Merz-Benz, Peter-UlrichTiefsinn und Scharfsinn : Ferdinand Tönnies' begriffliche Konstitution der SozialweltHistoryZiel dieser Arbeit ist die Erschliessung des systematischen Gehalts der Soziologie von Ferdinand Tönnies. Für das Fach selbst kommt dies der Aufdeckung einer vergessenen Problemsphäre gleich: der Fundierung der Sozialverhältnisse in Bewusstseinsdispositionen, welche als Verkörperungen der "Gefühle, Triebe, Begierden" dem vernunftorientierten Handeln nicht nur genetisch vorausgehen, sondern dieses selbst erst aus sich entlassen. Darüber hinaus steht die Tönniessche Soziologie auch für den Versuch, die vernünftige ebenso wie die vorvernünftige Sphäre der Sozialwelt in dem ihnen eigenen historischen Zusammenhang mit den Mitteln der Wissenschaft denkbar und darstellbar zu machen. Geradezu aussergewöhnlich für die Sozialwissenschaften des 19. Jahrhunderts erscheint dabei die Massnahme, in der Frage des Konstituiertseins der Sozialverhältnisse nicht auf die Biologie zurückzugreifen, sondern auf die Psychologie, und zwar auf diejenige nach dem Vorbild Arthur Schopenhauers und Eduard von Hartmanns583ocn002363695book19700.70Jacoby, E. GPhilosophie und Soziologie. Ferdinand Tönnies' wissenschaftl. Weg461ocn056279143book19710.60Tönnies, FerdinandFerdinand Toennies on sociology: pure, applied, and empirical461ocn013727960book19850.87Tönnies heute : zur Aktualität von Ferdinand Tönnies442ocn025124862book19910.89Ferdinand Tönnies : Soziologe aus Oldenswort421ocn024335208book19910.63Bickel, CorneliusFerdinand Tönnies : Soziologie als skeptische Aufklärung zwischen Historismus und RationalismusHistory394ocn066411393book20050.85Carstens, UweFerdinand Tönnies : Friese und Weltbürger : eine BiografieBiography361ocn027954283book19910.85"Ausdauer, Geduld und Ruhe" : Aspekte und Quellen der Tönnies-Forschung+-+8732106705+-+8732106705Fri Feb 13 11:13:27 EST 2015batch47523