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" The transcendental presupposition of every cultural science lies not in our finding a certain culture or any "culture" in general to be valuable but rather in the fact that we are cultural beings, endowed with the capacity and the will to take a deliberate... "
Evolution and Human Values - Page 41
edited by - 1995 - 251 pages
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In the Grip of Freedom: Law and Modernity in Max Weber

Cary Boucock - Political Science - 2000 - 230 pages
...arrangements. The only real source of value-rationality in the modern world is the individual 'endowed with the capacity and the will to take a deliberate attitude towards the world and lend it significance' (MSS, 81). Guided between the antinomical possibilities of the ethics of 'conviction'...
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The Two Koreas and the Great Powers

Samuel S. Kim - Political Science - 2006
...the material reasons for or results of them. As Max Weber put it, "We are cultural beings, endowed with the capacity and the will to take a deliberate attitude towards the world and lend it significance. So, foreign policies are concocted with a concern for the meaning of the policies....
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