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MAX WEBER'S AND EMILE DURKHEIM'S SOCIOLOGY OF RELIGION: PERMANENT CONTRARIETY

Gottfried Kuenzlen ; Unlversltat der Bundeswehr, Muenchen


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Commitment to the "classics" - a general characteristic of the
current sociological self-conviction - is particulary present in sociology
of religion: analyses, formulation of issues and theoretical
presumptions are developed further in an explicit connection with
the classics of sociology of religion. This is especially true of Max
Weber and Emile Durkheim. What should straight forwardly be
stressed is that: for both of them the issue of religion is not of
secondary importance, but it is at the very center of their creativity.
lt is through these two fundamentally different approaches of
Weber and Durkheim that we define the position and meaning of
religion in culture and society. We are confronted with two classics
whose sociology of religion designates permanent and not
intermediate contrarieties. This becomes especially apparent with
regard to the question, which force, determining culture and
society, can win over the contents of a religion and what is the
relationship between religion and modern science.

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32826

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https://hrcak.srce.hr/32826

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