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  1. Reason and Freedom in Sociological Thought.Frank Hearn - 1985 - Allen & Unwin.
    How has reason, believed since the Enlightenment to be the ally of freedom in the search for a better, more humanly satisfying world, been reduced to a technical rationality that has actually impoverished the bases of human freedom? What might be the options and obligations for sociologists who wish to restore reason to its proper status? -/- Working within the tradition of C. Wright Mills and Jurgen Habermas, Frank Hearn sets out to answer these questions. He surveys the treatment of (...)
     
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    Durkheim's Political Sociology: Corporatism, State Autonomy, and Democracy.Frank Hearn - 1985 - Social Research 52.
  3. Remembrance and Critique: The Uses of the Past for Discrediting the Present and Anticipating the Future.Frank Hearn - 1975 - Politics and Society 5 (2):201-227.
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    The Capitalist Revolution: Fifty Propositions About Prosperity, Equality, and Liberty.Frank Hearn - 1987 - Telos: Critical Theory of the Contemporary 1987 (71):178-187.
    The thrust of Berger's defense of capitalism and rejection of socialism appears in two 1981 articles in the Harvard Business Review by Podhoretz and Berger. The latter is the basis of chapter 9 in The Capitalist Revolution. Both pieces look like classified advertisements, offering the services of neoconservative intellectuals as the “new defenders of capitalism.” The 1980 election returns, Berger wrote, have shown that “the recent political isolation of business might be at an end, and with its passing American society (...)
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