Introduction to Sociological Theory - Lecture 10

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Unformatted text preview: storian- he had liberal/political views; this had an impact on Weber's political orientation Weber rejected som, unlike Marx who favoured som Weber preferred a liberal political system that operated in the context of a capitalist economy- he still did see problems with capitalism B.) University Education Weber enrolled in law school- through the wishes of his father Enrolled in the University of Heidelberg in 1882 Spent first year of university having a very good time- participated in fencing and drinking parties After his first year, weber transferred to the University of Berlin due to the wishes of his parents who were concerned about his behaviour Weber ended up completing his law school training and he began working as a junior barrister Also started working on a PhD in law- he received his PhD in law in 1889 C.) University Employment Decide to be a lawyer of an academic Began a career as an academic in law at the university of Berlin- started this position in 1891 Worked for a Berlin attorney Participated in a research project on agricultural problems...
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