Columbus, Ohio: The Ohio State University Press, 1960.
Octavo. XIV, 463, pp. Original printed wrappers over cloth with gold lettering on spine and front cover. Frontispiece portrait of Emile Durkheim. Written by thirteen outstanding scholars from the social sciences, philosophy, and literature, the essays in this volume constitute the most comprehensive appraisal of Durkheim's work yet to appear. Their topics include the milieu in which he lived, his enduring legacy, the influence of his school on the study of religion, his politics and political theory, the individualism and socialism in his work, his conservatism and its implications for his sociological theory, his "functionalism," the relation of his notion... more information
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