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HCJ THREE: (Seminar Paper) Max Weber, Economy and Society

“It is horrible to think that the world could one day be filled with nothing but little men clinging to little jobs and striving toward bigger ones.” (Weber)  Weber was fascinated with power and how it can be made legitimate. The German sociologist and political … Continue reading

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HCJ TWO: The Dreyfus Affair

Notes taken from a lecture held by Shira Pinczuk at the University of Winchester, 2013. Anti-Semitism, Media and Zionism The Dreyfus Affair highlights the importance of the ‘innocence project’, the power of the mass media, issues brought about by anti-Semitism, … Continue reading

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