Marx argues that the transformation from feudalism to capitalism harbors in it the contradictions of capitalist exploitation and plant the seeds for the revolt of the working class and give way to communism Seidman ; Tucker Thus, the future of modernity for Marx is the rise of the working class resulting in the abolishment of private property.
Marx and Weber theorize that the division of labor generates alienation but Durkheim argues Classical sociology generates organic solidarity. Division of labor generates a subjectivity where people understand that although they do different things in society they are interdependent.
Marx analyzes the place of class struggle within feudalist relations to understand the origins of the capitalist nation state. For Durkheim, the moral consensus in modern societies cannot be achieved without tyranny and old religion would be replaced with modern religion: The Elementary Forms of Religious Life.
These relations have exploitative consequences that alienate workers from themselves, nature, and the products of their labor. People accept the exercise of authority over them because they want or Classical sociology to gain something from those relations of domination.
Durkheim critiqued utilitarian arguments and states that individualism itself cannot generate solidarity and social cohesion. Before this transition can be understood, the characteristics that define traditional and modern societies must be operationalized.
The organisation both was determined by the restricted conditions of production— the small-scale and primitive accumulation of the land, and the craft type of industry. This is approached through understanding the transition from pre-modern or traditional societies to modern societies.
What actions do you engage in to show that you believe in a particular form of morality? When it becomes all pervasive and all-encompassing in modern societies, institutional rationality based social action becomes more and more accurate to such a degree that you cannot overthrow it.
Weber asks why all the Protestants were part of the capitalist class and why their regions more Classical sociology advanced than Catholic regions. In primitive societies there is a common religious culture that cannot tolerate difference Classical sociology In this sense, the future of modernity according to Durkheim is evolutionary social adaptation and increasing social cohesion through organic solidarity.
Within this understanding, Durkheim argued that primitive societies are structured by kinship relations and they lack too much social differentiation. Once social differentiation is introduced into these societies then social evolution towards a more advanced society with increasing organic solidarity is the endpoint Seidman Into their place stepped free competition, accompanied by a social and political constitution adapted to it, and by the economical and political sway of the bourgeois class Tucker There was little division of labour in the heyday of feudalism Tucker Durkheim argued that primitive societies produce mechanical solidarity repressive which punishes whoever is different in society.
Marx argued that the future of capitalism is thus its destruction, The weapons with which the bourgeoisie felled feudalism to the ground are now turned against the bourgeoisie itself. In order to demonstrate that you are chosen and favored by God, you must work hard to materialize the proof to show the world your piety.
What do they think about the future of modernity? Durkheim argued that the population growth in volume and density was why division of labor developed in Europe. Durkheim thought individualism was the main cause of the collapse of social order in modern times.
The transition to modernity lies in the relationship between the propertied and laboring class thus the relations of production. These means of exploitation that harbor the demise of capitalism. They had to be burst asunder; they were burst asunder. University of California Press. Nationalism has become a sacred commitment to a group identity that Durkheim conceived of as holding societies together.
Labor becomes external to the satisfaction of needs, through becoming a form of prayer or demonstration of piety Weber Weber states that material goods could be easily set aside before but further rationalization turned reliance on materiality into an iron cage Weber What this means is to combat the injustices of bureaucracy, further rationalization is necessary, thus more bureaucracy is required.
Bureaucracy depersonalizes because it acts outside of the person. On the other hand, modern societies generate organic solidarity result of civil laws where differences are appreciated.
Putting it into the colonial context then we can understand part of the defining characteristic of the transition to modernity as the development of the nation state through what Cedric J. Dialectics places the notion of any phenomena within its context or within the material conditions and circumstances in from which it arrived.
The source of authority in bureaucratic organization is not the person, but the office. Weber argues that the rational ethic of ascetic Protestantism was needed to encourage people to participate in capitalism and shift from the catholic notions of avoiding temptation and worldly distractions.
The theorists commonly known as the founders or fathers of sociological theory are also three key figures in understanding this transition, its consequences, and ultimately what it will lead to in the future.The Journal of Classical Sociology publishes peer-reviewed, cutting-edge articles that will command general respect within the academic community.
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