Methodology of the social sciences, ethics, and economics in the Newer Historical School : from Max Weber and Rickert to Sombart and Rothacker

Peter Koslowski (ed.)

The volume gives an exposition of the achievement and present relevance of the Newer Historical School of Economics and of the theory of the Humane Sciences that accompanied its development. It describes the methodology of economics and the social sciences, the economic ethics, and the theory of the social and human sciences in the Historical School. It shows how its emphasis moved from an ethical economics or ethical economy to the methodology of the social and economic sciences. Together with the volume on the theory of ethical economy in the Older Historical School, the reader is provided with an encyclopedic description and analysis of the entire Historical School and of the German speaking tradition of economics and the social sciences in the 19th and the first half of the 20th century.

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  • On Max Weber's Contribution: The Present Relevance of Max Weber's Wertrationalitat (Value Rationality)
  • Max Weber and Ludwig von Mises, and the Methodology of the Social Sciences.- Neo-Kantianism, Wissenssoziologie (Sociology of Knowledge), and the Sociological Theory of Money and Exchange: Value Theory and the Foundations of the Cultural Sciences. Remarks on Rickert
  • The Sociology of Knowledge and Diagnosis of Time with Max Scheler and Karl Mannheim
  • Georg Simmel's Contribution to a Theory of the Money Economy.- Ethics and Economics in Sombart, Spiethoff, Freyer, and in Older German Business Administration: Ethics and Economics in the Work of Werner Sombart
  • Historical Changes and Economics in Arthur Spiethoff's Theory of Wirtschaftsstil (Style of an Economic System)
  • Hans Freyer's Economic Sociology After World War II
  • Business Ethics in Older German Business Administration: Heinrich Nicklisch, Wilhelm Kalveram, August Marx.- Austrian Economics and the Historical School: Carl Menger and the Historicism in Economics
  • The 'Irrelevance' of Ethics for the Austrian School.- The Historical School and American and British Economists: John R. Commons, Frank Knight, Alfred Marshall: The Historicism of John R. Common's Legal Foundations of Capitalism
  • Frank Knight and the Historical School
  • Method and Marshall.- The Historical School and the Development of Economics in Japan and Russia: Two Developments of the Concept of Anschauliche Theorie (Concrete Theory) in Germany and Japan
  • Some Reflections on Ethics and Economics Concerning the German Historical School and Its Reception in Russia.- The Historical School of Economics and Today's Economists: The Old and the New Institutionalism in Economics
  • Moral Leadership in Ethical Economics.- Theories of History and of Education, and a Philosophy of the Historical School: Theories of History and of Education in Germany and France During the 19th Century
  • A Philosophy of the Historical School: Erich Rothacker's Theory of the Geisteswissenschaften (Humane Sciences).- Conclusion: Germany, Japan and National Economics. An Alternative Paradigm of Modernity?

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書名 Methodology of the social sciences, ethics, and economics in the Newer Historical School : from Max Weber and Rickert to Sombart and Rothacker
著作者等 Koslowski, Peter
Hauk, A.M.
シリーズ名 Studies in economic ethics and philosophy
出版元 Springer
刊行年月 1997
ページ数 xii, 564 p.
大きさ 24 cm
ISBN 3540634584
NCID BA33425155
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言語 英語
出版国 ドイツ
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