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Max Weber, Goethe and Rilke: The Magic of Language and Music in a Disenchanted World

AuthorsGonzález García, José M.
Keywordsbureaucracy, disenchantment, Goethe, machine, re-enchantment, music, Rilke
Issue DateJul-2011
CitationMax Weber Studies 11.2 (2011) 267-288
AbstractThe relation between Weber’s concepts of bureaucracy and disenchantment are related to poetic concepts of disenchantment and re-enchantment in Goethe and Rilke.
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