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Durkheim and the Jews of France

Author: Ivan Strenski
Publisher: Chicago, Ill. : University of Chicago Press, ©1997.
Series: Chicago studies in the history of Judaism.
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Ivan Strenski debunks the common notion that there is anything "essentially" Jewish in Durkheim's work. Seeking the Durkheim inside the real world of Jews in France rather than the imagined Jewishness inside Durkheim himself, Strenski adopts a Durkheimian approach to understanding Durkheim's thought. In so doing he shows for the first time that Durkheim's sociology (especially his sociology of religion) took form in  Read more...
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Strenski, Ivan.
Durkheim and the Jews of France.
Chicago, Ill. : University of Chicago Press, ©1997
(DLC) 96047904
(OCoLC)35911713
Named Person: Émile Durkheim; Emile Durkheim; Émile Durkheim
Material Type: Biography, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Ivan Strenski
ISBN: 0226777359 9780226777351 9780226777238 0226777235 9780226777245 0226777243
OCLC Number: 45729482
Description: 1 online resource (ix, 215 pages) : illustrations.
Series Title: Chicago studies in the history of Judaism.
Responsibility: Ivan Strenski.

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Ivan Strenski debunks the common notion that there is anything "essentially" Jewish in Durkheim's work. Seeking the Durkheim inside the real world of Jews in France rather than the imagined Jewishness inside Durkheim himself, Strenski adopts a Durkheimian approach to understanding Durkheim's thought. In so doing he shows for the first time that Durkheim's sociology (especially his sociology of religion) took form in relation to the Jewish intellectual life of late nineteenth- and early twentieth-century France. Strenski begins each chapter by weighing particular claims (some anti-Sem.

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