The Grammar of Social Relations: The Major Essays of Louis Schneider
Transaction Publishers, 1984 - 369 стор.
This collection of the writings of Louis Schneider, an exceptionally gifted sociologist of religion the history of ideas, provides a sensitive but rigorous view of the place of ideas in social life. DiÂvided according to the principal areas in which Schneider conÂducted researchâ history of social thought, principles of social theÂory, sociology of religionâ are esÂsays on evolution, styles of reÂsearch, and moral choice in human relations. His knowledge of systems of thoughtâ dialecÂtical, functional, and phenomenologicalâ was peerless. The unifying theme in his work is the place of cultural formations in soÂcial structures; as a result, his writings are alive with persons no less than systems.