Homem, cidadão: ética e modernidade em Weber Man, citizen: ethics and modernitiy in Weber
Political science (General)
DOAJ:Law and Political Science
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AbstractSustenta-se que a atenção dada por Max Weber à crescente relevância da dimensão subjetiva da questão moral no mundo moderno permite-lhe tratar das relações entre o "cidadão" (sujeito moral público) e o "homem" (sujeito moral privado) no contexto de uma redefinição radical da figura do sujeito moral.<br>The attention given by Max Weber to the growing importance of the subjetive dimension of the moral question in the modern world allows him to deal with the relationships between the "citizen" (the public moral subject) and the "man" (the private moral subject) against the background of a radical redefinition of the figure of the moral subject.
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