Fifth Chapter Old Heidelberg, You Delicate
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Heidelberg was a good address for studying sociology, although not necessarily the first choice. In Berlin one could attend lectures by Ferdinand Tönnies and Alfred Vierkandt, Werner Sombart lectured socioeconomics there. In Cologne Leopold von Wiese did not yet have a school—it was not started until after 1945 under René König—but had established teaching and research that was based on himself and his teaching of relationship theory.
KeywordsProminent Position Jewish Student Weimar Republic Cultural Sociology Relationship Theory
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