Die Entstehung der Kapitalismustheorie in der Gründungsphase der deutschen Soziologie

Von der historischen Nationalökonomie zur historischen Soziologie Werner Sombarts und Max Webers

The development of the theory of capitalism in the foundation phase of the German sociology. From the historical national economy to the historical sociology of Werner Sombart and Max Weber
2003. 546 S.
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»The development of the theory of capitalism in the foundation phase of the German sociology. From the historical national economy to the historical sociology of Werner Sombart and Max Weber«

This study is an attempt to present the process of development of the theory of capitalism in the period from the late 1880s to the first decade of the 20th century in relation to conceptual connections between contemporary authors. Shirō Takebayashi thus also contributes to shedding light on the development of Werner Sombart's and Max Weber's historical sociology from historical national economics.

For historical national economists like Gustav Schmoller, Lujo Brentano, Karl Bücher, Werner Sombart and Max Weber it is important to theoretically evaluate the research into cottage industry which developed in the 1880s for the understanding of the overall historical development of economic life. Their theoretical analyses are made in connection with the dispute over methods, in which Carl Menger highlighted the contrast between theoretical and historical national economics. This led Sombart and Weber to develop a theory of capitalism under the influence of Karl Marx, which they call social science. This social science, in which history and theory are linked, gives rise to their historical sociology.

There has thus been a trend since the beginning of the 20th century to divide national economics into economics (in today’s sense) and sociology. When we discuss today the social science so named by Sombart and Weber with regard to the foundation of sociology, it must be taken into account that their research was done while the national economic classification was in a process of transformation, during which the still unstable academic disciplines became differentiated.

Overview

Inhaltsübersicht: Einleitung - Teil 1: Die historische Nationalökonomie von Gustav Schmoller, Lujo Brentano und Karl Bücher: Zur wissenschaftlichen Lage der ›historischen Schule‹ der deutschen Nationalökonomie um 1890 - Brentanos Antrittsreden von 1888 und 1889 - Schmollers Aufsatzserien um 1890 - Büchers Stufentheorie von 1893 bis 1898 - Die Kontroversen um Büchers stufentheoretische Untersuchungen in den 1890er Jahren - Teil 2: Die ›Sozialwissenschaft‹ von Werner Sombart und Max Weber: Der wissenschaftliche Standpunkt Sombarts und Webers am Anfang des 20. Jahrhunderts - Sombarts Kapitalismuskonzeption von 1902 - Webers Methodik und Praktik von 1904/05 - Das Theorem ›Kapitalismus‹ bei Sombart und Weber - Teil 3: Von der ›jüngeren historischen Schule‹ der Nationalökonomie zur frühen deutschen Soziologie: Die Theoretisierung der historischen Nationalökonomie - Sozialwissenschaft, Sozialökonomik und Soziologie - Überlegungen zum Ursprung von Volkswirtschaftslehre und Soziologie - Verzeichnis der verwendeten Abkürzungen - Quellen- und Literaturverzeichnis - Personenregister - Stichwortregister

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