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Max Weber and Methodology of Social Science
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Preface, INTRODUCTION, CHAPTER ONE, CHAPTER TWO, CHAPTER THREE, Index

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T. Huff

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-Toby Huff's important papers on Max Weber exhibit the kind of depth and penetration that one desires--indeed, needs--in treatments of Weber's methodology and they are a distinctive contribution to sociological theory.- --Robert Bierstedt, Commonwealth Professor of Sociology, University of Virginia -A very thorough study of the background in the German intellectual-- especially philosophical--discussion of that period.... A very striking picture.- --Talcott Parsons, Sociological Inquiry -They are a breath of fresh air, so detailed, historically accurate, ... and so imbued with importance for contemporary controversies in social science.- --Jeffrey Alexander, professor of sociology, University of California, Los Angeles

"Toby Huff's important papers on Max Weber exhibit the kind of depth and penetration that one desires--indeed, needs--in treatments of Weber's methodology and they are a distinctive contribution to sociological theory." --Robert Bierstedt, Commonwealth Professor of Sociology, University of Virginia "A very thorough study of the background in the German intellectual-- especially philosophical--discussion of that period.... A very striking picture." --Talcott Parsons, Sociological Inquiry "They are a breath of fresh air, so detailed, historically accurate, ... and so imbued with importance for contemporary controversies in social science." --Jeffrey Alexander, professor of sociology, University of California, Los Angeles

"Toby Huff's important papers on Max Weber exhibit the kind of depth and penetration that one desires--indeed, needs--in treatments of Weber's methodology and they are a distinctive contribution to sociological theory." --Robert Bierstedt, Commonwealth Professor of Sociology, University of Virginia "A very thorough study of the background in the German intellectual-- especially philosophical--discussion of that period.... A very striking picture." --Talcott Parsons, "Sociological Inquiry" "They are a breath of fresh air, so detailed, historically accurate, ... and so imbued with importance for contemporary controversies in social science." --Jeffrey Alexander, professor of sociology, University of California, Los Angeles

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