Max Weber Quote

Who—aside from certain big children who are indeed found in the natural sciences—still believes that the findings of astronomy, biology, physics, or chemistry could teach us anything about the meaning of the world?


'Wissenschaft als Beruf', Gessammelte Aufsätze zur Wissenschaftslehre (1922), 524–5. Originally a Speech at Munich University. Translated as 'Science as a Vocation', reprinted in H. H. Gerth and C. Wright-Mills (eds.), Max Weber (1974)

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Who—aside from certain big children who are indeed found in the natural sciences—still believes that the findings of astronomy, biology, physics, ...

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Who—aside from certain big children who are indeed found in the natural sciences—still believes that the findings of astronomy, biology, physics, ...

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Who—aside from certain big children who are indeed found in the natural sciences—still believes that the findings of astronomy, biology, physics, ...

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Who—aside from certain big children who are indeed found in the natural sciences—still believes that the findings of astronomy, biology, physics, ...