Schnittpunkt sozialer Kreise statt völkischer Verwurzelung – Die Entstehung moderner Sozialtheorie aus der deutsch-jüdischen Lebenswelt des 19. Jahrhunderts am Beispiel Moritz Lazarus

The social theory of the German-Jewish philosopher Moritz Lazarus anticipates a pluralistic conception of society that is still up to date, while it corresponds to pivotal elements of the German-Jewish Life-World in the 19th century. Thus, Lazarus was a a paradigmatic representative of this life-world as well as a precursor of sociological theory, stressing the close relationship of life-world and theory construction.

Author(s): Mathias Berek

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