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Volker Harlan is the author of Soziale Plastik (5.00 avg rating, 1 rating, 1 review, published 1984), Das Bild Der Pflanze In Wissenschaft Und Kunst (0.0.
Sombart, Werner. 2001. The Origins of the Capitalist Spirit. In Werner Sombart: Economic Life in the Modern Age, edited by Nico Stehr and Reiner Grundmann, 33-54. New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Books.
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Joseph Beuys' work continues to influence and inspire practitioners and thinkers all over the world, in areas from organizational learning, direct democracy and new money forms to new art pedagogies and ecological art practices. Here, in dialogue with Volker Harlan - a close colleague, whose own work also revolves around understandings of substance and sacrament that are central to Beuys - the.
Sombart's writings on capitalism are represented by essays on the nature and origin of the market system and the diversity of motives among the bourgeoisie and the proletariat. Also included is an excerpt from Sombart's controversial The Jews and Modern Capitalism, exploring the widely perceived relation between economic life and Judaism as a religion.