civil religion group mind functiondysfunction collective conscience social

Civil religion group mind functiondysfunction

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civil religion group mind function/dysfunction collective conscience social currents Enlightenment collective representations types of suicide egoistic individualism determinism positivism moral individualism evolutionary model cult of the individual dynamic density functionalism organic solidarity mechanical solidarity manifest function latent function structure/agency material social facts sociological realism sui generis non-material social facts organic analogy integration/regulation reductionism moral education occupational association repressive law restitutive law totemism sacred/ profane collective effervescence ideal types social facts structural differentiation structure/agency structure/function Examples of Key Quotations (“Unpack” these quotes from Durkheim; What is he saying? Why is he saying it? What is he trying to explain?) “We must not say that an action shocks the collective conscience because it is criminal, rather, it is criminal because it shocks the collective conscience.” “So if it is at once the symbol of the god and of the society, is that not because the god and society are only one?” “But from the moment when it is recognized that above the individual there is society, and that this is not
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