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Sociodynamics
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Sociological beginnings of Max Scheler’s philosophy
Mikhailov Igor' Anatol'evich

Senior Scientific Associate, Institute of Philosophy of the Russian Academy of Sciences

109240, Russia, g. Moscow, ul. Goncharnaya, 12, str.1

mihayyl.igor@rambler.ru
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Abstract.

This article demonstrates that the sociological vector of Max Scheler’s works is formed based on the metaphysical task of establishing connections and boundaries between the pivotal ontological regions. In his earliest treatise, which can be considered sociological, Scheler explores the value transformations that took place in the XVIII – XIX century affecting the main economic categories. The example of the term “Arbeit” (labor, work) illustrates the deepening division of the fields of theoretical and practical, ethical. It manifests mostly in replacement within the human worldview of teleological with technical, instrumental, so that labor separates from the purpose, object, and particular completeness of human activity overall; prerequisites are created for the idea on the continuous, endless production. The article contains the methods and methodology of the historical-philosophical reconstruction, conceptual analysis and approach from the perspective of the sociology of knowledge. The author shows that the used by Scheler arguments and approached are also reproduced in his later works (for example, “Formalism”), which allows viewing the “Work and ethics” not only as an example of the early sociological oeuvre, but also as a model of his original philosophical constructs.

Keywords: ontology, sociology of knowledge, german sociology, positivism, materialism, Marx, Scheler, axiology, economics, ethics

DOI:

10.25136/2409-7144.2018.12.28397

Article was received:

15-12-2018


Review date:

15-12-2018


Publish date:

25-12-2018


This article written in Russian. You can find full text of article in Russian here .

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