Edith Hanke

Weber’s Ideas for the Study of International Relations

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The author probes the usefulness of Weber’s reflection in the field of international relations. On a more strictly political level, Weber still tends to be anchored to the world of the XIX century. On the more scientific level, however, his sociological reflections on domination are available and potentially fruitful, but need an updating.


  • International relations
  • Domination
  • War
  • Economic relations
  • Germany


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