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Գրքեր Գրքեր 1 - 10 22-ից՝ There can be no society which does not feel the need of upholding and reaffirming... որոնման արդյունքներում:
" There can be no society which does not feel the need of upholding and reaffirming at regular intervals the collective sentiments and the collective ideas which make its unity and personality "
Encyclopaedia of Nationalism - Էջ 55
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A History of Philosophy: Maine de Biran to Sartre

Frederick Charles Copleston - 1946 - 504 էջ
...there is a sense in which religion will always persist. For society always needs to represent to itself ‘the collective sentiments and the collective ideas which make its unity and its personality'. 3 If however a new faith arises, we cannot foresee the symbols which will be used...
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The Theory of Communicative Action: Lifeworld and system : a critique of ...

Jurgen Habermas, Jürgen Habermas, Thomas McCarthy - 1985 - 464 էջ
...in ritual actions that the sacred is the expression of a normative consensus regularly made actual: There can be no society which does not feel the need of upholding and reaffinning at regular intervals the collective sentiments and the collective ideas which make its...
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Ritual, Politics, and Power

David I. Kertzer - 1989 - 235 էջ
...in such symbolic action can the collective ideas and sentiments be propagated. 5 As Durkheim writes: There can be no society which does not feel the need...and the collective ideas which make its unity and its personality. Now this moral remaking cannot be achieved except by the means of reunions, assemblies...
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The Church, Society, and Hegemony: A Critical Sociology of Religion in Latin ...

Carlos Alberto Torres, Richard A. Young - 1992 - 223 էջ
...to survive all the particular symbols in which religious thought has successively enveloped itself. There can be no society which does not feel the need...and the collective ideas which make its unity and its personality. (Durkheim, 1915: 427) Perplexed by the durability of the religious phenomenon in modem...
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The Sociological Tradition

1993 - 349 էջ
...to survive all the particular symbols in which religious thought has successively enveloped itself. There can be no society which does not feel the need...and the collective ideas which make its unity and its personality." 8 Far from being a mere bundle of beliefs, subject, as the Enlightenment had thought,...
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The Ritualization of Mormon History, and Other Essays

Davis Bitton - 1994 - 194 էջ
...ritualizing of the past by a modern group with an unusually acute self-consciousness. 3 Emile Durkheim said, “There can be no society which does not feel the...and the collective ideas which make its unity and its personality. Now this moral remaking cannot be achieved except by the means of reunions, assemblies,...
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Notes from Underground: Rock Music Counterculture in Russia

Thomas Cushman - 1995 - 403 էջ
...also be seen as sacred, depending on the specific social context. Durkheim (ibid., p. 427) says that “there can be no society which does not feel the...collective ideas which make its unity and personality.” The second important point regarding the sacred is that it is not purely equatable with objects which...
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Recovering Ethical Life: Jürgen Habermas and the Future of Critical Theory

J. M. Bernstein - 1995 - 249 էջ
...expression. And this should be unsurprising: there is nothing untoward in the thought that there is no 'society which does not feel the need of upholding...collective sentiments and the collective ideas which make up its unity and its personality'. 7 What such rituals express, however, is a content, being Christian...
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Emile Durkheim

Peter Hamilton - 1995 - 8 էջ
...Femand Dumont, The Vigil of Quebec (Toronto and Buffalo: University of Toronto Press, 1974) p. 98. 151. "There can be no society which does not feel the need...intervals the collective sentiments and the collective ideals which make it its unity and its personality the old gods are growing old or already dead, and...
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Recovering Ethical Life: Jürgen Habermas and the Future of Critical Theory

J. M. Bernstein - 1995 - 249 էջ
...expression. And this should be unsurprising: there is nothing untoward in the thought that there is no ‘society which does not feel the need of upholding...collective sentiments and the collective ideas which make up its unity and its personality'. 7 What such rituals express, however, is a content, being Christian...
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