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Department
Social Sciences
Course
SCS1160
Professor
Jordan Stancil
Semester
Winter

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Weber writes The Puritans wanted to be men of the callingwe on the other hand must be p 120 What does he mean by thisWeber Missing a real democracy and any sense of the supernatural in a disenchanted worldParadox we can never be satisfied Wanting more knowledge and to know everything which we cannotDemocracy required getting rid of the important people and their rules and in place of that older rule we put bureaucracy and create new elitesthe bureaucrats Democracy requires rationalizationEquality before the law 2 Types of RationalitiesFormal Rationality what we are good at in bureaucracy We can do justice according to the rules it makes sense to internal logic Within the system your in it holds everything together Substantive Rationality something that can be formally rational can be substantively irrational
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