The Design of Discord: Studies of Anomie
Transaction Publishers, 1988 M01 1 - 283 páginas
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Danger anxiety and courage suicide black and white
The city matrix of civilization
The location of anomie a culture case study of urbanization Buffalo New York 18101910
Revolution aborted society sacralized class war in Buffalo 19101920
Crime as a response to the anomie of war the configuration of arrests in Buffalo 18301970
The bitter harvest of deterrence anomie revolution and war in Europe 18481918
War as suicide anomie and secular sacrifice in World War I
War as suicide Nazism the deathwish institutionalized
War social cohesion and anomie reflections on the power of danger
Anomie and force the case of Rome
On Durkheim Suicide and Anomie Correspondence Between Isabel CaryLundberg and Elwin H Powell
Anomie and arms toward a sociology of war
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Página 175 - The Allied and Associated Governments affirm and Germany accepts the responsibility of Germany and her allies for causing all the loss and damage to which the Allied and Associated Governments and their nationals have been subjected as a consequence of the war imposed upon them by the aggression of Germany and her allies.
Página 197 - You will we hate with a lasting hate, We will never forego our hate, Hate by water and hate by land, Hate of the head and hate of the hand, Hate of the hammer and hate of the crown, Hate of seventy millions, choking down. We love as one, we hate as one, We have one foe and one alone — ENGLAND...
Página 164 - I do not know the meaning of the universe. But in the midst of doubt, in the collapse of creeds, there is one thing I do not doubt, that no man who lives in the same world with most of us can doubt, and that is that the faith is true and adorable which leads a soldier to throw away his life in obedience to a blindly accepted duty, in a cause which he little understands, in a plan of campaign of which he has no notion, under tactics of which he does not see the use.
Página 92 - Report the man who spreads pessimistic stories, divulges — or seeks — confidential military information, cries for peace, or belittles our efforts to win the war. Send the names of such persons, even if they are in uniform, to the Department of Justice, Washington. Give all the details you can, with names of witnesses if possible — show the Hun that we can beat him at his own game of collecting scattered information and putting it to work.
Página 133 - The meaning of words had no longer the same relation to things, but was changed by them as they thought proper. Reckless daring was held to be loyal courage ; prudent delay was the excuse of a coward ; moderation was the disguise of unmanly weakness ; to know everything was to do nothing. Frantic energy was the true quality of a man.
Página 192 - In starting and waging a war it is not right that matters, but victory. Close your hearts to pity! Act brutally! Eighty million people must obtain what is their right . . . The stronger man is right ... Be harsh and remorseless!
Página 6 - All man's pleasure in acting, moving and exerting himself implies the sense that his efforts are not in vain and that by walking he has advanced. However, one does not advance when one walks toward no goal, or — which is the same thing — when his goal is infinity.
Página 234 - If, as we have just seen, excessive individuation leads to suicide, insufficient individuation has the same effects. When man has become detached from society, he encounters less resistance to suicide in himself, and he does so likewise when social integration is too strong.
Página 36 - We were never more free than during the German occupation. We had lost all our rights, beginning with the right to talk. Every day we were insulted to our faces and had to take it in silence. Under one pretext or another, as workers, Jews or political prisoners, we were deported en masse.
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