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Contents Introduction ix Chapter 1 Max Weber and Alienation 1 Chapter 2 The Historical Roots of Weber's View of Alienation 21 Chapter 3 Max Weber's Methodology: The Limits of Human Knowledge 65 Chapter 4 Max Weber's Ontology: The Limits of the Individual 95 Chapter 5 Rationality and the Roots of Social Alienation 131 Chapter 6 Rationality and Capitalism 155 Chapter 7 Bureaucracy and Formal Rationality 185 Chapter 8 Conclusions Regarding Weber, Alienation, and Human Subjectivity 215 Bibliography 225 Index 233 About the Author
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Weber, Max, 1864-1920 -- Criticism and interpretation.
Alienation (Social psychology).
Ontology -- Social aspects.