|←Author Index: We||Max Weber
|A German political economist and sociologist who is considered one of the founders of the modern, antipositivistic study of sociology and public administration.|
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- The Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism
- Science as a Vocation
- Politics as a Vocation (Politik als Beruf)
- Economy and Society (Wirtschaft und Gesellschaft)
- Speech against the Alldeutschen (5 November 1917)
- General Economic History
- From Max Weber: Essays in Sociology (1946) essays translated by Hans Heinrich Gerth and Charles Wright Mills (External scan)
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