Durkheim’s and Simmel’s reactions to antisemitism and their reflection in their views on modern society

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redaktionmws, « Durkheim’s and Simmel’s reactions to antisemitism and their reflection in their views on modern society », Antisemitism in the 19th century, ID : 10670/1.tlbpnl


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[This article is part of the  Open Peer Review-Publication series "Nineteenth-Century Anti-Semitism in International Perspective"] von Marcel Stoetzler <1> If one ever asked oneself what sociology is all about, one could do worse than consulting Auguste Comte’s 1822 manifesto, ‘Prospectus des traveaux scientifiques nécessaires pour réorganiser la societé’, the ‘Plan of the Scientific Works Necessary for the Reorganization of Society’ (Comte 1998). It sketches out the historical-structural task t...</1>

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