Aemilius Durkheim

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Aemilius Durkheim.

Aemilius Durkheim (18581917) fuit sociologus Francicus, cuius opera et facta opitulata sunt sociologiae anthropologiaeque conditis. L'Année Sociologique, prima sociologiae acta periodica, edidit; plurimas acroasis assidue fecit; gravissimos libros scripsit, de delictis, educatione, religione, divisione laborum, morte voluntaria, anomia et aliis humanae vitae rebus. Habetur unus ex sociologiae auctoribus.

Vita[recensere | fontem recensere]

Durkheim natus est Spinalii die 15 Aprilis 1858. Obiit anno aetatis suae 59 die 15 Novembris 1917, et sepultus est in Monte Parnasso Lutetiae.

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

Libri sui[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Durkheim. 1893. The Division of Labor in Society. The Free Press reprint, 1997. ISBN 0684836386.
  • Durkheim. 1895. Rules of Sociological Method. The Free Press reprint, 1982. ISBN 0029079403.
  • Durkheim. 1895. On the Normality of Crime.
  • Durkheim. 1897. Suicide. The Free Press reprint, 1997. ISBN 0684836327.
  • Durkheim. 1912. The Elementary Forms of the Religious Life. English translation by Joseph Swain: 1915. The Free Press reprint, 1965. ISBN 0-02-908010-X. New translation by Karen E. Fields, 1995. ISBN 0029079373.
  • Durkheim. 1955. Professional Ethics and Civic Morals. English translation by Cornelia Brookfield. Routledge, 1992. ISBN 041506225X.

Libri ab aliis scriptis[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Kardiner, Abram, et Edward Preble. 1961. "Emile Durkheim: One Must Choose." In They Studied Man. Ediderunt Abram Kardiner et Edward Preble, 108–133. Cleveland et Novi Eboraci: World Publishing Company.
  • Steven Lukes. 1985. Emile Durkheim: His Life and Work, a Historical and Critical Study. Stanford University Press.
  • Jack D. Douglas. 1973. The Social Meanings of Suicide. Princeton University Press.

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