Anti-Utopia: essential writings of André Béteille
Bringing Together The Essence Of Beteille`S Ideas And Writing, This Collection Of 19 Essays Has Been Specially Selected And Introduced By Dipankar Gupta. The Book Is Divided Into Five Sections, Each Of Which Is Devoted To Professor Beteille`S Varied Intellectual Interests. Thec Essays Range From The Significance Of The Comparative Method, To Ideas Of Equality And Inequality, And Finally To Issues Regarding Civil Society And Institutional Well-Being.
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Sociology and Common Sense
Religion as a Subject for Sociology
Some Observations on the Comparative Method
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