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Thu Oct 16 18:03:36 2014 UTClccn-n500042700.35Los orígines sociales de la dictadura y la democracia : el señor y el campesino en la formación del mundo moderno /0.561.00Barrington Moore and the dialectics of revolution; an essay review85174773Barrington_Moore,_Jr.n 5000427039859Moore, BarringtonMoore, Barrington 1913-2005 JrMoore, Barrington 1913-2005 junMoore, Barrington JrMoore, Barrington, Jr., 1913-2005Moore, Barrington jun. 1913-2005ムーア, バリントン, Jrlccn-n80120511Marcuse, Herbert1898-1979othtrllccn-n50013738Wolff, Robert Paullccn-n79093286Wolff, Kurt H.1912-edtlccn-n81125282Smith, Dennis1945-viaf-46759054Clinquart, Pierrelccn-n83239121Averell Harriman Institute for Advanced Study of the Soviet Unionviaf-166050580Adda, Renétrllccn-n50074802Schmidt, Alfred1931-lccn-nr2003004835Roskopf, Lilianetrllccn-n80146650Weibel, Luc1943-....trlMoore, Barrington1913-2005HistoryCross-cultural studiesSocial historyPolitical scienceRevolutionsSoviet UnionCommunismSocial classesAsiaEconomic historyUnited StatesSocial justiceTolerationGermanyRadicalismWorking classPhilosophyLaborIndustries--Social aspectsPower (Social sciences)PersecutionPurity (Ethics)Marcuse, Herbert,Political sociologyCapitalismChinaEqualityAuthoritarianismPrivacyEnglandMoore, Barrington,Social ethicsSociologyBusiness ethicsSocial problemsPolitical participationSocialismAnderson, PerryFranceGreat BritainDictatorshipDemocracyRussiaIndiaHistoryTechnology--Social aspectsManners and customsKoreaEconomicsFreedom of speechSociology--PhilosophySuffering--Philosophy19132005191419421944195019511952195319541955195619571958195919601962196419651966196719681969197019711972197319741975197619771978197919811982198319841985198619871988198919901991199319951996199819992000200120022003200520062007200820102011201214112111519309HN15ocn001850449ocn001919179ocn797940792ocn301634286ocn651979681ocn047653021ocn185896689249299ocn000256006book19660.47Moore, BarringtonSocial origins of dictatorship and democracy : lord and peasant in the making of the modern worldSocial Origins of Dictatorship and Democracy is a comparative survey of some of what Moore considers the major/most indicative world economies as they evolved out of pre-modern political systems into industrialism. As the title suggests, Moore is not ultimately concerned with explaining economic development so much as exploring why modes of development produced different political forms that managed the transition to industrialism and modernization. Why did one society modernize into a "relatively free," democratic society (by which Moore means England) while others metamorphosed into fascist or communist states? His core thesis is that in each country, the relationship between the landlord class and the peasants was a primary influence on the ultimate form of government the society arrived at upon arrival in its modern age+-+8825052535133841ocn000504528book19500.59Moore, BarringtonSoviet politics: the dilemma of power; the role of ideas in social change133316ocn000374271book19650.56Wolff, Robert PaulA critique of pure tolerance124723ocn003927969book19780.50Moore, BarringtonInjustice : the social bases of obedience and revoltHistory+-+8832978885104214ocn001850449book19670.56Wolff, Kurt HThe Critical spirit; essays in honor of Herbert Marcuse103113ocn000406924book19540.56Moore, BarringtonTerror and progress--USSR : some sources of change and stability in the Soviet dictatorshipHistory9689ocn042643496book20000.50Moore, BarringtonMoral purity and persecution in historyHistory"Moore takes up tools of historical comparison to investigate why groups of people kill and torture each other. His answer is arrestingly simple: people persecute those whom they perceive as polluting due to their "impure" religious, political, or economic ideas." "Moore's provocative conclusion is that monotheism - with its monopoly on virtue and failure to provide supernatural scapegoats - is responsible for some of the most virulent forms of intolerance and is a major cause of human nastiness and suffering. Moore does not say that the monotheist tradition was the primary source of Nazism, Stalinism, Maoism, violent Hindu fundamentalism or ethnic cleansing in Rwanda and the former Yugoslavia, but he does identify it as an indispensable cause because it justified, encouraged, and spread vindictive persecution throughout the world."--Jacket+-+857495641596122ocn000409764book19690.50Moore, BarringtonReflections on the causes of human misery : and upon certain proposals to eliminate them67212ocn007355676book19580.59Moore, BarringtonPolitical power and social theory : six studies60412ocn015718603book19810.66Moore, BarringtonAuthority and inequality under capitalism and socialism5257ocn010184406book19840.66Moore, BarringtonPrivacy : studies in social and cultural historyHistoryCross-cultural studies3448ocn037955568book19980.77Moore, BarringtonMoral aspects of economic growth, and other essaysHistoryBarrington Moore, Jr., one of the most distinguished thinkers in critical theory and historical sociology, has long been concerned with the prospects for freedom and decency in industrial society. The product of decades of reflection on issues of authority, inequality, and injustice, this volume analyzes fluctuating moral beliefs and behavior in political and economic affairs at different points in history, from the early Middle Ages in England to the prospects for liberalism under twentieth-century Soviet socialism. The social sources of antisocial behavior; principles of social inequality; and the origins, enemies, and possibilities of rational discussion in public affairs - these are among the topics Moore considers as he seeks to uncover the historical causes of some accepted forms of morality and to assess their social consequences+-+712889653526716ocn001355831book19600.70Moore, BarringtonPolitical power and social theory; seven studies14316ocn012530143book19660.39Wolff, Robert PaulKritik der reinen Toleranz998ocn028208355book19690.50Moore, BarringtonLes origines sociales de la dictature et de la démocratie7110ocn042642367book19660.50Moore, BarringtonZur Geschichte der politischen Gewalt. Drei Studien6417ocn005540453book19720.35Moore, BarringtonLos orígines sociales de la dictadura y la democracia : el señor y el campesino en la formación del mundo moderno473ocn015992077book19520.90Moore, BarringtonThe strengths and weaknesses of the Soviet system434ocn021936387book19890.95Moore, BarringtonLiberal prospects under Soviet socialism : a comparative historical perspective427ocn028477664book19540.66Moore, BarringtonTerreur et progrès en U.R.S.S. Etude sur les variations et la stabilité de la dictature soviétique3196ocn008866601book19830.82Smith, DennisBarrington Moore, Jr., a critical appraisal171ocn021791560book19750.66Johnson, RichardPeculiarities of the English route : Barrington Moore, Perry Anderson and English social developmentHistory31ocn028165180book19660.96Spitz, DavidPure tolerance : a critique of criticisms, a reply to Wolff, Moore and Marcuse31ocn237344862book20060.66Hong, Kyung-WanMenschliches Leiden und soziale Ungerechtigkeit : Der Ansatz von Barrington Moore Jr. in seiner Relevanz für den koreanischen Kontext11ocn702153767mix1.00Keller, Albert GallowayAlbert Galloway Keller papersThe papers consist of correspondence, writings, student and teaching files, and miscellanea documenting the personal life and professional career of Albert G. Keller, a sociologist, author, and student and colleague of William Graham Sumner. Keller frequently corresponded with individuals on the subject of Sumner, and Yale University figures such as Arthur T. Hadley, James Rowland Angell, and Charles Seymour often felt Keller's displeasure over the University's treatment of the Sumner legacy. He also corresponded with colleagues and former students, Sumner biographers, and family members. Files relating to the William Graham Sumner Club, which he helped found, are also included. Drafts of several published and unpublished writings and many student gradebooks detail his literary and teaching activities11ocn803488860book20110.92Wojakowski, Łukasz PiotrPaństwo i zmiana społeczna w teoriach amerykańskiej socjologii historycznejHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc11ocn063934767mix1.00National Forestry Program CommitteeNational Forestry Program Committee recordsCorrespondence, publicity materials, and publications concerning forestry conservation legislation11ocn047972790book19681.00Rothman, StanleyBarrington Moore and the dialectics of revolution; an essay review+-+8574956415+-+8574956415Thu Oct 16 15:41:24 EDT 2014batch24260