State Process

The politics will have to be understood as any activity where the state takes part, of that a relative distribution of the force results. The text that will be problematizado in this work (the Politics as Vocation), is of extreme importance to leave clearly that, it sends to the year of 1918, originally, a speech pronounced for Weber in the University of Munique. To read more click here: Aetna Inc.. To make this contextualizao is basic so that let us not commit anacronismos, and nor so few injustices when analyzing the workmanship of Weber. Only remembering that the intention of the authors of this assay, at any moment, was to make a deep analysis of such text. Even because, very probably, it would lack &#039 to us; ' pernas' ' to make it, in view of the complex concepts placed for Weber. The development of the social, economic and cultural institutions in the modern occidental societies was unchained by a general process of rationalization.

Max Weber (1864-1920) was the author who better worked this process of rationalization, understood as ' ' the result of the scientific specialization and the differentiation peculiar technique to the civilization occidental person. It consists of the organization of the life, for division and coordination of the diverse activities, on the basis of a necessary study of the relations between the men, with its instruments and its half one, with sights to the biggest effectiveness and income. It is treated, therefore, of a pure practical development operated by the genius technician of homem' '. Weber goes to treat, in a Politics as Vocation, of two primordial concepts for the question in which it considers itself: the concept of bureaucracy and the concept of charisma. These two concepts will be explored in this work parallel to other concepts stop beyond Weber. The State of Weber and the Historical Expropriation Marx Weber, through a critical thought to the historical materialism, goes in them to present a vision of as if she constituted the process of formation of the Modern State.


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