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We all know much in regards to the sociology of fascism, yet how have sociologists replied to fascism while faced with it of their personal lives? How brave or compromising have they been? And why has this historical past been shrouded in silence for therefore lengthy? during this significant paintings of old scholarship sociologists from around the globe describe and review the reactions of sociologists to the increase and perform of fascism.
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10 For a more detailed description of Spann’s basic ideas see Landheer (1931 and 1948) which contain additional references to articles dealing with Spann’s thinking. I am aware of only one work of Spann’s in English, his History of Economic Thought, translated by Eden and Cedar Paul, which appeared in 1929. 130: ‘Dem Universalismus ist gerade und einzig der geistige Zusammenhang der Einzelnen der Quellpunkt alles geistigen Lebens . Das wahre Wesen der Gesellschaft liegt ihm in der geistigen Kr fteschōpfung, die im Miteinander, in der geistigen Gegenseitigkeit der Menschen gegeben ist.
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