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    Weber, Kafka, Mann: Insights into Alienation, Doubt and Anxiety among Late German Modernists

      Any book about Max·· No biography of Weber will ignore the famous quarrel between Weber and Schumpeter, and the magnificent masterpiece “Weber’s Biography: Thought and Will” is naturally no exception. Later history proved that regarding the cost of the Soviet social experiment, Weber’s fears became reality, while Schumpeter’s “optimistic” predictions seemed “frivolous”.   The reason why Weber was not optimistic about the prospects of the Soviet-style social model was because, in addition to the heavy cost of violent social change, he was well aware that with the increasing specialization and complexity of technology and management, the trend of rationalization and bureaucratization of social and economic life would It will not be…

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