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Thorstein Veblen on Culture and Society
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Thorstein Veblen on Culture and Society

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March 2003 | 198 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd
Best known as the author of the acclaimed book, The Theory of the Leisure Class (1899), Thorstein Veblen was much more than a one-book wonder. He is in fact a seminal classical sociologist who made many original contributions to the study of culture and society. This inspired selection conveys the full zest and penetrating insights of Veblen's writings.The collection comes with a full-length essay which demonstrates the continuing relevance of Veblen's sociology.
 
The Place of Science in Modern Civilization
 
The Instability of Knowledge and Belief
 
The Technology of the Predatory Culture
 
The Dynastic State in Germany
 
Higher Learning
 
Sabotage
 
Patriotism
 
The Barbarian Status of Women
 
The Economic Theory of Women's Dress
 
Dementia Praecox
 
Manufacture and Salesmanship
 
The Larger Uses of Credit

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