A Communitarian Defense of Liberalism: Emile Durkheim and Contemporary Social Theory

Stanford University Press (1994)
"This is an interesting and provocative reading of Durkheim that sheds new light on the contemporary relevance of his work and offers new and complex material for the debate over social theory. It is well written, and the style is lively.
Keywords Durkheim, Emile   Liberalism   Social ethics   Sociology
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