The Sociology of Radical Commitment: Kurt H. Wolff's Existential Turn

Lexington Books (2007)

This is the first volume to present commentaries on the existential sociology of Kurt H. Wolff_including autobiographical, biographical, exegetic, and creative developmental articulation of his radical thought. The theme of the book connects Wolff to the sociological tradition while at the same time explicates his profound departure from the tradition
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