Max Weber's Economy and Society
A Critical Companion
Edited by Charles Camic, Philip S. Gorski, and David M. Trubek

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Introduction, by Charles Camic, Philip S. Gorski, and David M. Trubek

Part I.  Contextual and Textual Background

1.       Max Weber, Scion of the Cosmopolitan Bourgeoisie: Historical Context and Present-Day Relevance, by Guenther Roth

2.       Economy and Society and the Revision of Weber's Ethics, by Harvey Goldman

3.       Max Weber's "Grand Sociology": The Origins and Composition of Wirtschaft und Gesellschaft. Soziologie, by Wolfgang J. Mommsen

Part II.  The Textual Core

4.       The Continuing Challenge of Weber's Theory of Rational Action, by Donald N. Levine

5.       Max Weber's Economic Sociology: The Centerpiece of Economy and Society?, by Richard Swedberg

6.       Democracy, Domination, and Legitimacy in Max Weber's Political Thought, by Regina F. Titunik

7.       Religious Communities and the Path to Disenchantment: The Origins, Sources, and Theoretical Core of the Religion Section, by Hans G. Kippenberg

Part III.  Critical Perspectives

8.       Beyond Weberian Action Theory, by Mustafa Emirbayer

9.       The Shadow of Exploitation in Weber's Class Analysis, by Erik Olin Wright

10.   The Rule of the Father: Patriarchy and Patrimonialism in Early Modern Europe, by Julia Adams

11.   The Protestant Ethic and the Bureaucratic Revolution: Ascetic Protestantism and Administrative Rationalization in Early Modern Euope, by Philip S. Gorski

12.   Weber and the Sociology of Revolution, by Randall Collins

13.   The Disenchantment of Logically Formal Legal Rationality: Or, Max Weber's Sociology in the Genealogy of the Contemporary Mode of Western Legal Thought, by Duncan Kennedy

14.   Max Weber and the Origin of Human Rights: A Study of Cultural Innovation, by Hans Joas

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