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What contributions did Max Weber make to sociology?

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Maximilian Carl Emil "Max" Weber ( 21 April 1864 - 14 June 1920) was a German sociologist whose works dealt with the rationalization and "disenchantment." He presented sociology as a non-empirical field which must study social action. Thanks.


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