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There is much more to the story than whatever Durkheim and Weber might have intended to say; part of what they actually said is also what others, at the time and later, thought they said. The mediating instance that makes the various intended and unintended meanings cohere is society, in critical theory conceived as “the totality” of social relations, in poststructuralism as discourse, episteme, and so on (which can be understood as amounting to the same thing): a structural dimension of society (the Durkheimian “thing”; It) that expresses itself in the utterances of the speakers and gives them meaning and resonance beyond their specific contexts as Introduction 33 long as the general context (the “type” of society; the “mode of production”; “civilization” in the sense developed by Robertson in this volume) remains the same.
46. Pickering, “Auguste Comte and the Saint-Simonians,” 228. 47. Pickering, “Auguste Comte and the Saint-Simonians,” 228. 48. Pickering, “Auguste Comte and the Saint-Simonians,” 233. “The irony was that just as he lost interest in the sciences and opened himself up to ridicule because of his outlandish religion, . . former Saint-Simonians who had turned their back on their religion became important in the development of industrial capitalism in France” (236). ” 49. I have discussed the dialectic between conservative and progressive antisemitisms in chapter 8 in The State, the Nation, and the Jews.
Antisemitism and the constitution of sociology by Marcel Stoetzler