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  1. From Mythos to Logos: Jean-Pierre Vernant, Max Weber, and the Narrative of Occidental Rationalization.Kenneth W. Yu - 2017 - Modern Intellectual History 14 (2):477-506.
    This article begins with a remark by Jean-Pierre Vernant in his inaugural lecture at the Collège de France about the inadequacy of Max Weber's historical sociology for the study of ancient religions. Despite posing shared research questions and often reaching similar conclusions, Vernant, one of the most influential twentieth-century ancient historians, neither engaged nor acknowledged Weber and thereby secured his absence in the field of ancient religions generally. Vernant's narrative of the historical emergence of Greek rationality is at direct odds (...)
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