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Max Weber

Max Weber-Studienausgabe

Band I/10: Zur Russischen Revolution von 1905
Hrsg. v. Wolfgang J. Mommsen, in Zus.-Arb. m. Dittmar Dahlmann

[Max Weber. The Russian Revolution of 1905. Essays and Speeches 1905–1912. Edited by Wolfgang J. Mommsen with Dittmar Dahlmann.]

1996. VI, 476 pages.
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The Max Weber-Studienausgabe (MWS) renders Max Weber's works and speeches accessible to a large audience, using the complete and reliable Max Weber-Gesamtausgabe (MWG) as its basis while deliberately dispensing with its editional apparatus. It has howecer been laid out in such a manner that the reader can easily fall back on the MWG. The present volume contains S.G. Giwago's review of the 'loi fondamentale de l'Empire Russe', published in Paris in 1905, which prompted Max Weber's study of the Russian Revolution. In the afterword, the editor gives an overall view of Max Weber's interest in Russia, his preoccupation with the revolutionary events as well as the intentions and the reception of his writings on Russia.
The Max Weber-Studienausgabe (MWS) renders Max Weber's works and speeches accessible to a large audience, using the complete and reliable Max Weber-Gesamtausgabe (MWG) as its basis while deliberately dispensing with its editional apparatus. It has howecer been laid out in such a manner that the reader can easily fall back on the MWG. The present volume contains S.G. Giwago's review of the 'loi fondamentale de l'Empire Russe', published in Paris in 1905, which prompted Max Weber's study of the Russian Revolution. In the afterword, the editor gives an overall view of Max Weber's interest in Russia, his preoccupation with the revolutionary events as well as the intentions and the reception of his writings on Russia.
Authors/Editors

Max Weber Geboren 1864 in Erfurt; Studium der Jurisprudenz, Geschichte, Nationalökonomie und Philosophie in Heidelberg, Berlin und Göttingen; 1889 Promotion über die Geschichte der Handelsgesellschaften im Mittelalter; 1891 Habilitationsschrift über Römische Agrargeschichte; Ordinarius für Nationalökonomie in Freiburg (ab 1894) und Heidelberg (ab 1897); Mitherausgeber des Archiv für Sozialwissenschaft und Sozialpolitik und Redakteur des Grundriß der Sozialökonomik; umfassende Beiträge zur Methodologie der Sozialwissenschaften, zur Politik des deutschen Kaiserreichs, zu Wirtschaft, Politik, Religion, Recht und Kunst in universalgeschichtlicher Perspektive; nach langem, krankheitsbedingtem Interim schließlich Professor für Gesellschaftswissenschaft, Wirtschaftsgeschichte und Nationalökonomie in München (ab 1919); gestorben 1920 in München.

Wolfgang J. Mommsen (1930–2004)1968–96 Professor für Mittlere und Neuere Geschichte an der Universität Düsseldorf; 1977–85 Direktor des Deutschen Historischen Instituts in London; 1988–92 Vorsitzender des Verbandes der Historiker Deutschlands; 1976–2004 Mitherausgeber der Max Weber-Gesamtausgabe.

Reviews

The following reviews are known:

In: Annotierte Bibliographie — (1996), S. 145, Nr. 2.291