In the last decade an increasing amount of Anglo-American scholarship has been devoted to the centrality of politics within Max Weber's work. There has been a radical shift away from the Parsonian view that Weber was a mainstream sociologist. While sympathetic to these approaches, Charles Turner argues that none of them have adequately dealt with Weber's "concept" of the political. In particular, Turner argues that in order to demonstrate the importance of Weber's politics other scholars have read him as neo-Aristotelian, playing down the role of neo-Kantian value philosophy. Turner argues that while Weber's work certainly bears comparison with themes specific to the neo-Aristotelian critique [Read more...]
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