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Lecture 11

SOCIOL 2S06 Lecture 11 - October 10th.docx

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Department
Sociology
Course
SOCIOL 2S06
Professor
David Young
Semester
Fall

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Weber continued F) Recovery From collapse o 1905 he published the proletariat and spirit of capitalism o In 1909 he wrote “economy and society”  o Talking about religion, capitalism, stratification, power, rationalization G) Later Years o War Effort • First world war began in 1914  • Patriotic German • He enlisted as a reserve officer  • Also served as a director of military hospitals • Became unhappy with the war  o Return to University Employment o Tragedy and Death • Mother died in 1919 • Younger sister died in 1920 • Weber was diagnosed with Pneumonia and died in 1920 • He died at the age of 56 H) Weber and 21  Century Society o Bureaucracy • Still used by sociologists today • Relevant to what we see around us today • His analysis of inequality   Came up with concepts that go behind class  Talked about domination, status and power Religion and Capitalism A) Key Aspects of Weber’s Thesis o Two protestant Doctrines o Reforming the catholic church didn’t work o Two of the major protestant nations were founded by Martin Luther – founded  Lutherism, John Calvin – founded Calvinism o Luther`s concept of the calling o Calvin`s focus on predestination  o The impact of Luther`s doctrine o Luther argued that all people are called to the service of God o It made Lutherins aware of the significance of their daily activities o Encourage Lutherins to serve God by being very dedicated to their work
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