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Marx, Durkheim, Weber: Formations of Modern Social&hellip by Kenneth Morrison
6 of 11 people found the following review helpful
The book is full of repetitions, time and again the very same points are being made, or rather "listed", as if the book had not been edited at all; a very boring and timewasting read. Clearly, the book, in its form, is a textbook par excellence, though a very bad one. It is a mere collection of concepts and overall not very telling. The author is clearly not familiar with a lot of the things he is talking about, this becomes particularly clear in the Introduction, where he attempts to give some philosophical background. The value of textbooks particularly ones like this is, is rather questionable, and when reading this book it seems as if the intention is really to exploit a market that… Read more