The [course_title] is designed to provide a clear understanding of the core concepts that social theory must address and an effort to reconcile such as power, rationality, structure and system. Understand the chief phenomena that social theory sets to explain including culture, gender, differentiation and stratification. This intensive course also gives a summary of some of the famous philosopher’s biographies, their major works, and their major contributions to the world.
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Course Credit: Yale University
|2. Hobbes: Authority, Human Rights and Social Order||00:43:00|
|3. Locke: Equality, Freedom, Property and the Right to Dissent||00:45:00|
|4. The Division of Powers- Montesquieu||00:44:00|
|5. Rousseau: Popular Sovereignty and General Will||00:40:00|
|6. Rousseau on State of Nature and Education||00:44:00|
|7. Utilitarianism and Liberty, John Stuart Mill||00:42:00|
|8. Smith: The Invisible Hand||00:46:00|
|9. Marx’s Theory of Alienation||00:48:00|
|10. Marx’s Theory of Historical Materialism (1)||00:50:00|
|11. Marx’s Theory of Historical Materialism (cont.)||00:49:00|
|12. Marx’s Theory of History||00:51:00|
|13. Marx’s Theory of Class and Exploitation||00:51:00|
|14. Nietzsche on Power, Knowledge and Morality||00:46:00|
|15. Freud on Sexuality and Civilization||00:50:00|
|16. Weber on Protestantism and Capitalism||00:51:00|
|17. Conceptual Foundations of Weber’s Theory of Domination||00:53:00|
|18. Weber on Traditional Authority||00:50:00|
|19. Weber on Charismatic Authority||00:49:00|
|20. Weber on Legal-Rational Authority||00:48:00|
|21. Weber’s Theory of Class||00:45:00|
|22. Durkheim and Types of Social Solidarity||00:38:00|
|23. Durkheim’s Theory of Anomie||00:47:00|
|24. Durkheim on Suicide||00:51:00|
|25. Durkheim and Social Facts||00:51:00|
|Submit Your Assignment||00:00:00|
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