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Pp. 238f, the conclusion of Chapter 13, "The Twinkling of American Catholic Sociology,"by Kenneth Westhues


In Search of Community


Edited by Eileen Leonard, Hermann Strasser, and Kenneth Westhues

New York: Fordham University Press, viii + 256 pp., 13 chapters, frontispiece, hardcover, 1992. ISBN 0-8232-1352-8

This title is out of print. Copies are available in most university libraries.


Editors' Introduction

  1. William M. Johnston, "Werner Stark and the Relevance of Gemeinschaft and Gesellschaft to Twentieth-Century Austria"
  2. Chuhei Sugiyama, "Stark as Economist: the Manchester Years"
  3. Leon H. Warshay, "The Social Theory of a Humane Organicist: On Werner Stark as Intellectual Detective and Moralist"
  4. Volker Meja and Nico Stehr, "The Sociology of Knowledge and the Ethos of Science"
  5. Roland Robertson, "'Cultural Relativity and Social Theory: Werner Stark's Sociology of Knowledge Revisited"
  6. E. Doyle McCarthy, "George Herbert Mead and Wissensoziologie: a Re-examination"
  7. Justin Stagl, "On the Natural and Cultural Origins of the Social Bond"
  8. Horst Jürgen Helle, "Chastity and the Social Bond"
  9. Joseph P. Fitzpatrick, S.J., "The Religious Believer as Sociologist"
  10. Gerald J. Galgan, "Some Medieval Franciscan Signposts on the Road to Modern Science"
  11. Johannes Weiss, "Confessionalization of the Sociology of Religion? A Benevolent Critique of Werner Stark"
  12. Gerald J. Larson, "Sartre's Critique of Dialectical Reason and the Study of Religion"
  13. Kenneth Westhues, "The Twinkling of American Catholic Sociology"