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It is argued that only a semantic translation of Chapter 2 of Economy and Society can bring out the the train of Weber’s thinking as an economist. The existing Henderson and Parsons’ translation shifts Weber’s economic thinking into a neoclassical mode which fails to bring out sufficiently the nature of economic power and the relation between inequality and the ‘division of labour’. A glossary of key terms is provided at the end.
Issue 1 / 2017
Joshua Derman, Austin Harrington, Duncan Kelly, Sam Whimster