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  1. The Jews, the Revolution, and the Old Regime in French Anti-Semitism and Durkheim's Sociology.Chad Alan Goldberg - 2011 - Sociological Theory 29 (4):248-271.
    The relationship between European sociology and European anti-Semitism in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries is investigated through a case study of one sociologist, Émile Durkheim, in a single country, France. Reactionary and radical forms of anti-Semitism are distinguished and contrasted to Durkheim's sociological perspective. Durkheim's remarks about the Jews directly addressed anti-Semitic claims about them, their role in French society, and their relationship to modernity. At the same time, Durkheim was engaged in a reinterpretation of the French Revolution and (...)
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