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Main currents in sociological thought montesquieu, comte, marx. Exploring the architecture of everyday life, brief. He commented regularly and influentially on social and political topics and current issues in the conservative french newspaper le figaro, in books and on radio, and as a teacher at lecole pratique des hautes etudes, in paris. He was a professor of social raymond aron, french sociologist, historian, and political commentator known for his skepticism of ideological orthodoxies. Raymond arons most popular book is the opium of the intellectuals. His comparison of aron to a figure he in many ways resembles, isaiah berlin, is particularly compelling. Nov 30, 2015 and although the early aron, i would say, the aron before aron, held some interest for me, still, i was not urgently interested, neither in the commentator on german sociology, nor even in the author of the introduction to the philosophy of history, even if i have carefully read this book, which was based on his thesis. The sociologists and the revolution of 1848 jan 1, 1965. Raymond boudon, a classical sociologist nathalie bulle.
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