Greenwood Press (1987)

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This work examines Durkheim's concern with the sociology of morals and demonstrates the importance of this orientation of his social theory, which until now has been vastly underrated. In addition, it emphasizes the problematic relationship between sociology and philosophical ethics, which served as a motivating force in Durkheim's thought.
Keywords Ethics, Modern
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Call number BJ319.H25 1987
ISBN(s) 0313258473
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