Definition of Max weber

1. Noun. United States abstract painter (born in Russia) (1881-1961).

Exact synonyms: Weber
Generic synonyms: Painter

2. Noun. German sociologist and pioneer of the analytic method in sociology (1864-1920).
Exact synonyms: Weber
Generic synonyms: Sociologist

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Literary usage of Max weber

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1. The City: Urban Communities and Their Problems by Alan S. Berger (1978)
"max weber: The Rationalization of Society In many ways the work of Max Weber (1864-1920) adds richness and breadth to the work of ..."

2. Religion and Industrial Society: The Protestant Social Congress in by Harry Liebersohn (2007)
"On Weber, see Wolfgang Mommsen, max weber und die deutsche Politik (Tübingen, 1974), ... "max weber to Hermann Baumgarten, 31 January 1891, in max weber, ..."

3. Princeton Theological Review by Princeton Theological Seminary (1909)
"max weber. Our readers must pardon us: in putting Troeltsch after Ritschl, we have neglected a link of the chain, and certainly not the least remarkable ..."

4. Publication of the American Sociological Society by American Sociological Association (1917)
"To •t max weber the first place is due, not only on account of his premature death in 1920, but also because he joined, in an altogether unique fashion, ..."

5. Calvin and the Reformation: Four Studies by Emile Doumergue, August Lang, Herman Bavinck, Benjamin Breckinridge Warfield (1909)
"max weber. Our readers must pardon us: in putting Troeltsch after Ritschl, we have neglected a link of the chain, and certainly not the least remarkable ..."

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