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Simmel on Culture
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Simmel on Culture
Selected Writings

First Edition
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November 1997 | 320 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd
The German sociologist and philosopher Georg Simmel (1858-1918) is recognized as a leading early twentieth-century European social theorist. This collection enables the reader to engage with the full range of Simmel's dazzling contributions to the study of culture. It opens with Simmel's basic essays on defining culture, its changes and its crisis. These are followed by more specific explorations of: the culture of face-to-face interactions; spatial and urban culture; leisure culture; the culture of money and commodities; the culture of belief; and the politics of female culture.
 
Introduction to the Texts
 
Defining Culture
 
Culture and Crisis
 
Culture of Interaction
 
Spatial and Urban Culture
 
Fashion, Adornment and Style
 
Leisure Culture
 
Money and Commodity Culture
 
Politics of Culture
 
Beliefs and Culture

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