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Chapter 7: Sociology Saves Lives: Vitalism and the Poor Person

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Sociology Saves Lives: Vitalism and the Poor Person
Sociology saves lives: Vitalism and the poor person
Equality: A Life for the Poor Person?

This book emphasizes what goes on between people as their shared social life. That was pointed out in Chapter 1: Someone wrote these lines and you read them, so this book goes on between reader and writer. Someone talks and somebody else listens, so what is spoken goes on between the two. Money is spent by one person and another person deposits it in the bank, and indeed Simmel's relational interest in money is based on that. It is not this person's unique abilities or that person's characteristic moods Simmel focuses on; rather, it is the special quality of the relationship between two or ...

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