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Max Weber on charisma and institution building : selected papers

Author: Max Weber; S N Eisenstadt
Publisher: Chicago : University of Chicago Press, ©1968.
Series: Heritage of sociology.
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Weber, Max, 1864-1920.
Max Weber on charisma and institution building.
Chicago, University of Chicago Press [1968]
(OCoLC)647473174
Named Person: Max Weber; Max Weber
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Max Weber; S N Eisenstadt
ISBN: 0226877221 9780226877228
OCLC Number: 2239
Notes: Selections from: The city (1958) ; General economic history (1961) ; Max Weber : essays in sociology (1946) ; Max Weber on law in economy and society (1925) ; The religion of India : the sociology of Hinduism and Buddhism (1958) ; The sociology of religion (1963) ; Theory of social and economic organization (1947).
Description: lvi, 313 pages ; 21 cm.
Contents: Introduction: Charisma and institution building : Max Weber and modern sociology / S.N. Eisenstadt --
I. Charisma and the structure of social relations. 1. General definitions of social action and social relationship ; 2. The concept of legitimate order ; 3. The sociology of charismatic authority ; 4. Meaning of discipline. --
II. Charisma and institutionalization in the political sphere. 5. The pure type of legitimate authority ; 6. The nature of charismatic authority and its routinization ; 7. Bureaucracy. --
III. Charisma and institutionalization in the legal system. 8. Formal and substantive rationalization in the law : sacred laws ; 9. Natural law ; 10. Modern law. --
IV. Charisma and institutionalization in the economic sphere. 11. Premodern capitalism ; 12. Modern capitalism. --
V. Charisma and institutionalization in the sphere of social stratification. 13. Weber's basic concepts of stratification ; 14. Caste stratification : the case of India ; 15. Social stratification and class structure in modern society ; 16. The Prussian Junkers. --
VI. The city as a focus of charismatic institutionalization. 17. General characteristics of the city ; 18. The concept of citizenship. --
VII. Charisma and instituitionalization in the sphere of religion and culture. 19. The prophet ; 20. The different roads to salvation ; 21. Asceticism, mysticism, and salvation religion ; 22. Castes, estates, classes, and religion ; 23. Science as a vocation.
Series Title: Heritage of sociology.
Other Titles: Essays.
Responsibility: edited and with an introduction by S.N. Eisenstadt.

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