Émile Durkheim

From Monoskop
(Redirected from Durkheim)
Jump to: navigation, search

David Émile Durkheim (April 15, 1858 – November 15, 1917) was a French sociologist, social psychologist and philosopher. He formally established the academic discipline and, with Karl Marx and Max Weber, is commonly cited as the principal architect of modern social science and founder of sociology. His first major sociological work was The Division of Labour in Society (1893).

Works[edit]

  • De la division du travail social, Paris: Félix Alcan, 1893; Paris: PUF, 1930; 1991, PDF.
    • The Division of Labour in Society, trans. W. D. Halls. New York: Free Press, 1984, PDF; 2nd edition, ed. and new intro. Steven Lukes, Palgrave, 2013, PDF. (English)
  • Les Règles de la méthode sociologique, Paris: Félix Alcan, 1895, Gallica.
    • The Rules of Sociological Method, trans. W.D. Hall,intro Steven Luke, New York: The Free Press, 1982, PDF, ARG; 2nd edition, ed. Steven Lukes, Palgrave, 2013, PDF. (English)
    • Sociologia: Regulile metodei sociologice, trans. C. Sudeţeanu, Bucharest: Cultura Naţională, 1924, PDF. (Romanian)
    • Regulile metodei sociologice, trans. Dan Lungu, Iaşi: Polirom, 2002, PDF. (Romanian)
    • As regas do método sociológico, trans. Paulo Neves; rev. trans. Eduardo Brandão, São Paulo: Martins Fontes, 2007, PDF. (Portuguese)
  • Le Suicide, Paris: Félix Alcan, 1897, PDF, PDF, DOC.
    • Suicide: A Study in Sociology, trans. John A. Spaulding & George Simpson, Glencoe, IL: Free Press, 1951, IA. (English)
    • El suicidio, trans. Lorenzo Díaz Sánchez, Madrid: Akal universitaria, 1992, PDF. (Spanish)
  • "La Prohibition de l’inceste et ses origines", L'Année Sociologique 1 (1897), pp 1-70, Gallica; repr. in Journal sociologique, Paris: PUF, 1969, pp 37-101. [1]
  • "La sociologia e il suo dominio scientifico", Rivista italiana di sociologia 4 (1900), pp 127-148. (Italian)
    • "The Realm of Sociology as a Science", trans. Everett K. Wilson, Social Forces 59:4 (Jun 1981), pp 1054-1070, PDF. Trans. of an Appendix to Cuvillier's 1953 essay "Ou va la sociologie francaise?". (English)
    • "La Sociologie et son domaine scientifique", in Durkheim, Textes. 1. Éléments d'une théorie sociale, Paris: Minuit, 1975, pp 13-36, PDF, DOC.
    • Sociologia, trans. Laura Natal Rodrigues, São Paulo: Ática, 1984; 9th ed., 2000, PDF. (Brazilian Portuguese)
  • with Marcel Mauss, "De quelques formes primitives de classification (contribution à l’étude des représentations collectives)", L’année Sociologique 6 (1903); repr. in Mauss, Œuvres, t. II, Paris: Minuit, 1974, pp 13-89. [2]
    • Primitive Classification, trans. Rodney Needham, London: Cohen & West, 1963; 2nd ed., 1969, PDF. (English)
  • Les formes élémentaires de la vie religieuse. Le système totémique en Australie, Paris: Félix Alcan, 1912; 3rd ed., 1937; 5th ed., 3 vols., Paris: PUF, 1968, PDF/1, PDF/2, PDF/3; 1990, ARG.
    • The Elementary Forms of the Religious Life, trans. Karen E. Fields, New York: The Free Press, 1995, PDF. (English)
    • Formele elementare ale vieţii religioase, trans. Magda Jeanrenaud and Silviu Lupescu, Iaşi: Porlirom, 1995, PDF. (Romanian)
  • with Ernest Denis, Who Wanted War? The Origin of The War According to Diplomatic Documents, trans. A.M. Wilson-Garinei, Paris: A. Colin, 1914, IA. (English)
More

Bibliography[edit]

Links[edit]