¿Hay algo nuevo que decir acerca de Émile Durkheim y Marcel Mauss?

Fournier, Marcel
September 2013
Sociológica;sep-dic2013, Vol. 29 Issue 80, p243
Academic Journal
This article discusses the study and writing of biographies of social scientists, with a particular focus on Émile Durkheim and Marcel Mauss. The author comments on a potential problem in writing about these figures and emphasizes the need to find new perspectives on their lives and their works. He considers their main contributions to the field of sociology and also examines their personal and professional relationships with one another. Brief biographies of both Durkheim and Mauss are also provided.


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