Durkheim on religion : a selection of readings with bibliographies and introductory remarks /

Durkheim is universally recognized as one of the founding fathers of sociology with his work enabling sociology to be accepted as a discipline within the academic world. What is presented here is a selection of readings from Durkheim's work on religion, beginning with early reviews and proceedi...

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Main Author: Durkheim, Émile, 1858-1917 (Author)
Other Authors: Pickering, W. S. F. (Editor), Redding, Jacqueline (Translator)
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Cambridge [England] : James Clarke & Co., 2011.
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245 1 0 |a Durkheim on religion :  |b a selection of readings with bibliographies and introductory remarks /  |c Emile Durkheim ; edited by W.S.F. Pickering ; new translations by Jacqueline Redding and W.S.F. Pickering. 
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505 0 |a Machine generated contents note: Durkheim -- 1. Review. 'Herbert Spencer -- Ecclesiastical Institutions' -- 2. Review. 'Guyau -- L'Irreligion de l'avenir' -- 3. Suicide. Book II, chapter 2 -- 4.'Individualism and the intellectuals' -- 5.'Concerning the definition of religious phenomena' -- 6. Note. 'Religious systems of primitive societies' (I) -- 7. The Elementary Forms of the Religious Life : the Totemic System in Australia. Introduction; Book I, chapter I, sections III and IV; Book II, chapter VII, sections I, II, IV and VI; Conclusion, sections I and II -- 8. Note. 'Religious systems of primitive societies' (II) -- 9. Review. 'Levy-Bruhl -- Les Fonctions mentales dans les societes inferieures' and 'Durkheim -- Les Formes elementaires de la vie religieuse' -- 10. Review with M. Mauss. 'Frazer -- Totemism and Exogamy. Durkheim -- Les Formes elementaires de la vie religieuse' -- 11. Contribution to discussion. 'Religious sentiment at the present time' -- 12. Moral Education. Introduction. 
505 0 |a Note continued: Other authors -- 13. Review. 'Les Formes elementaires de la vie religieuse' / A. van Gennep -- 14. Review. 'Les Formes elementaires de la vie religieuse' / A.A. Goldenweiser -- 15.'Dogmatic atheism in the sociology of religion' / G. Richard -- 16.'Reflections on Durkheim and aboriginal religion' / W.E.H. Stanner -- Bibliography -- 1. Durkheim and religion -- 2. Durkheim and totemism -- 3. On Durkheim and religion. 
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